Google Introduce Cheaper Cloud Storage With Google One


Google has overhauled its consumer storage plans, announcing an upgrade to Google Drive's paid plans - now called Google One.

Google One plans will start at 100 GB for $1.99, 200 GB for $2.99, and 2 TB for $9.99 per month, while pricing for plans larger than 2TB will remain the same. With Google One, you can add up to five family members to your plan and simplify storage under one bill.

The update makes Google's consumer storage plans more competitive against options like Dropbox and Microsoft's OneDrive. With Google One, users will get a one-tap access to Google experts who will help the consumers with other Google products and services.

If you're an avid Google Drive user, the company has some interesting news for you.

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The company is also rolling out some upgrades and additional features with this name change.

Google says that the works on Google One are still going on, and will surface later this year. Google says that the changes will come "automatically over the coming months".

Cost of the 2TB plan is now reduced at Dollars 10 per month.

While the attention of the modern Announcement is about storage, it is hard not to examine this brand new offering Google promises.

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Talking about the paid plans of Google Drive, there has been no change to the price for users opting for 100GB of storage. Director Google One Larissa Fontaine said they may include discounts on hotels that you will find in a Google search, preferred rates for other Google services or credits in Google Play. "And we'll be adding more benefits over time", Diwanji promised. Each user will get his/her own, private storage and the same benefits as the rest of their household. Google gives you 15GB of storage for free, but if you want more space, you have to pay up.

Google says Google One will roll out to those in the United States first and expand globally in the future.

Access to Google experts for customer support.

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