Google One Announces New Paid Plans for Consumer Storage

Judy Cobb
May 18, 2018

Google One will be replacing the existing Google Drive storage plans in the U.S. soon, followed by the rest of the world. In fact, if you're really keen on storing large files, Google even offers a 30TB storage plan for a whopping $300 per month. For example, the opportunity to get a discount on staying at a hotel found using Google search or a discount on other paid services of the company. Also, there is no information on the yearly pricing by Google One. 100 GB storage has been priced at $1.99 monthly, while 200 GB plan will cost $2.99 monthly, 2 TB plan will cost $9.99 and the highest plan of 30 TB will cost $299.99 monthly. The users with the current 1TB plan will be upgraded to 2TB with no extra charges. Google says it's shutting down its Google Drive cloud storage service and relaunching it under the Google One brand name.

It's a new service that all those who now subscribe to Google Drive storage plans will be upgraded to.

Google Drive is quite reasonable itself when it comes to cloud storage. The corporation explains the need for such a step by the growth of the popularity of high-quality digital video in 4K resolution, for storage of which the disk quota on the old tariff plans is clearly not enough. All google consumer services, including drive, YouTube Red, and play music or whatever becomes of that, available with a single subscription. No solid dates have been announced but Google states the new features will be rolling out in stages over the coming months. One can add up to five family members under the plan, so as to simplify storage under one bill. G Suite business customers won't be affected by the change.

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Google One will go live as a service for folks to sign up to - as opposed to being upgraded from Google Drive - later in the year, according to Google.

That's pretty much everything covered, although it's worth noting that Google clarified that when folks are moved to the new offering from Google Drive, the fundamental way they use Drive to store files - and to share them - won't change. The forum experts are awesome and extremely knowledgeable but I would hope, being a paid platform, that the new Drive support will be 1-on-1 with Google.

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