Google One offers new cloud storage plans, cheaper than ever

Google One offers new cloud storage plans, cheaper than ever

Google has renamed its Google Drive storage plans as Google One and added cloud storage plans that offer additional cloud storage space to the users at marginally low costs. The company this week announced "a simple plan for expanded storage that includes extra benefits" dubbed Google One. The new service has six different paid storage plans - from $1.99/month for 100 GB to $299.99/month for 30 TB. Importantly, Google hasn't made any changes for all Google account holders who have 15GB of free storage, but customers looking to purchase storage ranging between 100GB and 30TB now have new plans that start at $1.99 (approximately Rs. 134) per month. With Google One you'll be able to share your storage plan with up to five family members. If you already have a paid Drive account in the United States, the perks will automatically apply to your account in the "coming months".

Google is yet to announce the Google One paid plans for the Indian consumers and even confirmed that the program would be first live in the U.S., followed by other countries. Now Google is prepping to replace the 2012 vintage Google Drive with a revamped storage service called Google One. To accommodate the change, the company is introducing some new storage tiers for those who don't wanna pay that much but need more space for their content. The company says that it is working to bring the service to more markets later this year.

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Lastly, Google Drive isn't going anywhere. Cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google, Apple, and Microsoft have led the way in providing a limited amount of free cloud storage. The change does not affect G Suite business customers. Google is removing the 1TB option, while the 10/20/30TB plans will remain unchanged. The search giant adds that it will be adding more benefits to its other products over time. A global rollout will follow although there is no fixed timeline for it yet. And said family members will also be given a private slice of that storage pie too. Existing users can sign-up for the upgrade to get Google One update.

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