Google revamps its paid storage plans under the Google One brand
Today Google has decided to create a special brand just for its expanded storage options: Google One. You still get 15GB free to share between Gmail and Drive with every Google account. If you want more, then you can pick between these new Google One tiers:
• 100GB = $1.99 per month
• 200GB = $2.99 per month
• 2TB = $9.99 per month
• 10TB = $99.99 per month
• 20TB = $199.99 per month
• 30TB = $299.99 per month
Additionally, you will have access to "Google experts" for customer support, for any Google One paid tier. The support won't be limited to Google One either, you will apparently be able to get in touch to discuss other Google services too (which you're using on the same account).
With Google One you will be able to share your storage with up to five family members. Everyone gets their own private storage space. Extra benefits like credits on Google Play or deals on select hotels in Google Search are on the way to Google One customers too.
All paid consumer Google Drive storage plans will be upgraded to Google One "in the next few months", starting in the US and then expanding globally. You'll receive an email confirming your upgrade once the rollout reaches your account. The way you use Drive to store and share files won't change.
That’s an insane price. Here it’s very cheap. In fact they give you more storage cheaper than Google and Apple offers, and on top of that they give you the Office 365 suite. Now, don't get me wrong. I hate Microsoft and I don't trust Microsoft w...
- 17 May 2018
Here in UK. Office 365 for 5 users is £80 ÷ 5 = £16 per person I dont need office. or 1TB I won't ever use. 100GB - £16 for me and my wife is just perfect and we both have 1 google account to worry about (both android us...
- 16 May 2018
I have OneDrive Home Premium account (5 Tb) plus all of Office365 applications which are shared among my own accounts and my family (total 5 accounts) and I paid almost less than half of the Google price for all of them! If Google thinks with this pr...
- 16 May 2018