Google has introduced something they’re calling Google One, which is a slight revamp to their paid cloud storage plans.
Google said that this revamp is to help provide users with easy, secure ways to create, store and share their files online. All Google accounts will still get 15GB of free storage.
With Google One, the company is offering a few changes. Some of the new additions include:
- $2.99 per month for 200GB
- $9.99 per month for 2TB (formerly $9.99 per month for 1TB)
The existing plans are as follows:
- $1.99 per month for 100GB
- $99.99 per month for 10TB
- $199.99 per month for 20TB
- $299.99 per month for 30TB
If you already have a 1TB Drive plan, you’ll be upgraded to 2TB at no extra cost. Each of the storage plans in Google One can be shared with up to five family members, each with their own private storage space.
Google is also adding some benefits to subscribers of Google One plans, including Google Play credits, deals on hotels and other extras.
Google One also gives users access to experts that can help them with any of Google’s consumer products and services. It’s important to note that these changes don’t affect current G Suite users.
Google One is launching in the US first and existing Drive subscribers will be upgraded and transitioned over the next few months. After that, Google One will expand globally.