Google One: 2TB cloud storage costs $9.99 per month

Google One: 2TB cloud storage costs $9.99 per month

Google is revamping its Google Drive cloud storage service to include more space, pricing tiers, and a new name. Additionally, Google has announced three new plans with 100 GB, 200 GB, and 2 TB storage with attractive price points. If you want to use Google One without paying at all, the company will still offer Drive's basic 15GB of free space option. Similarly, users who are now using the 1TB plan will be upgraded to 2TB storage plan at no additional cost, but new customers opting for a 2TB plan will have to shell out $9.99 per month.

All users of Google Drive storage plans will be upgraded to Google One automatically.

The new plans give users more options for every budget, but you're also getting more for your money. The customer support is not only limited to Google One as users can also get assistance for other Google services.

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Google One will roll out in the USA over the next few months. You'll still have access to the contents of your drive and can continue to use it even after Google One is rolled out completely. A new 200GB plan is available at Dollars 3 per month. Google says they will add more benefits over time. But that's going to change, as it will apparently replace Google Drive. What's more interesting, however, is that the 1TB for $9.99/month tier is now gone and is substituted by a 2TB offer at the same price.

Google One is also introducing another highly-requested feature: storage plans that can be shared with the family. Plus, you'll gain access to extras from other Google products, like credits on Google Play or deals on select hotels found in Google Search. The change does not affect G Suite business customers. This is identical to what Google was offering previously. USA customers will be the first to see the changes, with a global expansion occurring afterwards. Existing users can sign-up for the upgrade to get Google One update. New customers will be able to join Google One "later this year".

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