I am one of the early beta tester for Gmail and Google Apps for Domain. You probably have your own email address using @gmail.com or Google Apps. I have both for personal and business use.
Google Apps for Business (formerly known as Google Apps for Free, Standard and Premium) is a service provided to business owners to use their own domain name. For example, CEO @ KING.NET, President @ KING.NET, LebronJames @ KING.NET, PrinceSaud @ KING.NET, and others.
Gmail is now part of Google Apps for Business where you can use other work tools for your business. In early stage of Gmail, you can get a Google Apps Standard (no longer available). It is now a Google Apps for Business.
Anyway, Google Apps for Business newsletter announced that Gmail for Google Apps will not turn off Ads. Here’s the message.
“In May, we had many noteworthy Google Apps updates. One big change was a measure taken to turn off ad in Google Apps services. We’ve also permanently removed all ads scanning in Gmail for Google Apps. This significant revision means Google does not collect or use data in Google Apps services for advertising purposes.“
I don’t see any ads anymore, this is an excellent news to share. Though the ads still showing up for Gmail users.