Google Re-Brands Its Storage Options Under ‘Google One’ Name

Posted by at 12:35 pm on May 14, 2018

Google today relaunched its online, cloud-based storage service as Google One. Along with the new name, Google One includes new storage tiers and pricing.

Moving forward, all Google account holders continue to receive 15 GB of storage for free.  While some of the paid tiers are gaining some extra bang-for-the-buck.

  • There’s an all-new 200GB tier that costs $2.99/month
  • The $9.99/month plan now comes with 2TB instead of 1TB
  • Anyone on an existing 1TB tier through Drive will automatically be upgraded to 2TB for free

The pricing is  100 GB plan for $1.99 per month, 200 GB for $2.99, 2 TB for $9.99, 10 TB for $99.99, 20 TB for $199.99, or 30 TB for $299.99 per month. Google is allowing users to share storage allotments with up to five family members.

Plus, Google One will provide people with 24/7 access to Google Experts for help with Google’s consumer-level products and services.

Google says existing paid Google Drive subscribers will be upgraded to Google One automatically over the next few months. Everyone else will be able to access the new Google One later this year.

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