Google One is replacing Drive for paid online storage

Google One is replacing Drive for paid online storage

"Look out for an email confirming your upgrade to Google One, where you can manage your storage plan and benefits", writes Google One VP Pavni Diwanji. One plans will still start at $1.99/month for 100GB, but the company is also adding a new 200GB plan for $2.99/month.

Also, a much-requested option to share access to cloud storage with family members has been added. Within the course of the upcoming few months, Google will update all present storage programs to Google One account beginning at the US, using a worldwide rollout then.

Google preparing to roll out a major overhaul of its cloud storage service that will up the ante against the competition in more ways than one. If you pay for space in Google Drive, Gmail, Photos or other apps, you'll do it through Google One.

Google One lets you store your data on the cloud.

The price of the 2 Terabyte plan, however, drops from $19.99 per month to $9.99, and it replaces the 1 Terabyte plan that won't be offered anymore. The company's personnel will be available to handle inquiries not only about Google One but also its other consumer products.

Lastly, Google Drive isn't going anywhere. Additionally, the search engine giant has also dropped its 1TB pack which was priced at $9.99 per month.

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That 15GB free tier isn't changing, but Google is juggling its paid storage options at the lower end.

Google Already provided 24/7 service for paying company users using a G Bundle accounts, but that is actually the first time it knowingly offers live service for customers.

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

"More and more, we rely on the internet for ways to safely store the things that matter-making life simpler and less cluttered". A global rollout will follow although there is no fixed timeline for it yet.

Access to support teams is set to be included with every Google One subscription.

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