Google One offers more cloud storage for less money

Google One offers more cloud storage for less money

Some cloud storage providers even provide as much as 50GB of free cloud storage, although other providers such as Dropbox continue to provide only 2GB of free storage. After Gmail, the firm's cloud-based file storage and synchronization service, Google Drive is the latest to receive an interface overhaul. The 200GB plan appears to be a new option, while that 2TB tier comes in at the same price as the old 1TB Drive plan, which it's replacing. Google provides 15GB of free storage with every Google Account. The customer support is not only limited to Google One as users can also get assistance for other Google services.

One of the most common requests we've received is for storage plans to be sharable within a family. Now, the company has announced "Google One": a new plan for expanded storage that includes "extra benefits". The new Google One storage plans offer the 200GB plan at the same price point, and the upgrade from 1TB to 2TB is created to bring parity with the iCloud storage plans. But a simple name change is not the only exciting difference in the service moving forward.

Pricing for Google One starts at 100 GB for $1.99, 200 GB for $2.99, and 2 TB for $9.99 per month.

Google One will also give subscribers access to perks. Well, anyone who needs more cloud storage.

There'll also be Google Play credits or deals for hotels found via Google Search. Google says they will add more benefits over time. The previous 1TB Google Drive plan is no more.

Finally, Google says One will bring support for families.

Moving forward, you will also have the ability to talk about your storage quota around five relatives. This doesn't apply to business customers using Google Drive as part of G Suite.

With the image size of high-quality photos increasing and the more recent arrival of 4K HDR video recording, the free storage space is unlikely to cut it forever.

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