I know that Google+ had the age limit of 18+ during it's beta and invitation only period. Since it has been released to the public, I've heard that it's age limit is lowered to 13+. Here's the question, why am I still getting the age requirement error message? I'm well above 13 if your asking. Help is appreciated
Answer by Griff · Sep 21, 2011 at 07:23 AM
I looked around, but I haven't found any official statement that Google lowered the minimum age requirement to 13.
The Google account TOS say that you cannot create an account if "you are not of legal age to form a binding contract with Google."
That varies from place to place, but I believe that is usually 18 and over.
Answer by guineaphinea · Sep 21, 2011 at 01:35 PM
If you tried to access Google+ in the beta stage and entered an age under the age of 18, that age will be carried over to the final. I made a typo on my number keypad when typing in my age and had to go through the process of transferring accounts, making a new one, and then transferring the account back. I eventually was able to get in but because I typed so fast and made a careless mistake I had to spend an hour fixing it. Oh, and it doesn't matter what age is on your Google account. It will still ask you your age when creating a Google+ account. My normal Google account had the correct age but for some reason Google+ didn't see that and transfer it over. Oh well, I have a + account now.
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