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Google One brings cheaper cloud storage plans to the US

16 August 2018 3

Google has started rolling out its Google One storage service in the US. Customers is the US can now choose to upgrade their existing paid Google Drive plans over to Google One. The internet giants Google One storage service covers Google Drive, Gmail and Photos.

The new Google One plans are priced at 100GB for $1.99/month, 200GB for $2.99/month and 2TB for $9.99/month.

Google’s 2TB plan replaces the earlier 1TB plan at the identical cost, and patrons who previously had the 1TB Google Drive plan will be automatically upgraded to 2TB Google One plan. Above 2TB storage, the pricing remains the same as on Google Drive, which is 10TB $99.99/month, 20TB for $199.99/month, and 30TB for $299.99/month.

Google One members will also get 24/7 support from Google as well as credits on Google Play and deals on hotels in Google Search. The new plans can also be shared with family members. Apart from this Google offers 15GB of free storage to all users.

Google’s new 2TB plan is now the same as Apple’s. The Cupertino giant already offers 2TG of data for $9.99 a month. The iPhone maker offers 200GB plans for $2.99 a month which is the same as what Google One is offering now. iCloud offers just 5GB of free storage to users, which is just one-third as much as Google.


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