What the new Google One cloud storage plan means for Drive users

What the new Google One cloud storage plan means for Drive users

What the new Google One cloud storage plan means for Drive users

All 1TB plans at $9.99/month will be upgraded to 2TB plans free of charge, meaning there's no more 1TB plan.

Over the next few months, starting in the U.S., all paid consumer Google Drive storage plans will become Google One plans, Google announced Monday.

That Accessibility to reside specialists - not some hardly usable AI chatbot - includes each Google One strategy, such as the $1.99/month 100 GB program. Google also slashed of prices of other storage plans. In case you live outside the USA and are interested to know when the service becomes available in your country, you can sign up here for an update from Google.

Google has introduced Google One yesterday, May 14 which is a solution for expanded storage and it additionally brings extra benefits for the users. The company will notify the users about the upgrade via an email, following which they will be able to manage their storage plans and benefits.

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Finally, Google One plans can be shared with the family.

Google One is basically an upgrade to Drive's paid plans, so the fundamentals of the service remain unchanged, but there are a few changes plan along with a new logo. To make this deal more attractive, Google is also offering credits for Google Play store, which can be redeemed to buy apps, books, and movies. The company's personnel will be available to handle inquiries not only about Google One but also its other consumer products.

Even the cheapest plan of 100GB will be eligible for Family Sharing, as confirmed by Google. This space also applies to other Google services, such as Gmail or Google Photos. We've reached out to Google to see if yearly discounted plans will continue to be offered, and we'll update this article if we receive any information about the subject. The 2TB plan, which usually costs $19.99 per month, will now cost $9.99 a month. The rollout will begin with the USA and will eventually expand globally.

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