Google One: The commercial version of Google Drive is upgraded by the company. Gets new name, new sizes and cheaper data storage. So in the coming months, and starting in the US, all paid Google Drive storage plans will be called Google One plans, according to company announcement.
This will not apply to business customers who use Google Drive as part of G Suite.
Upgrading to Google's storage plans makes Drive much more competitive than other market choices, such as Dropbox and Microsoft's OneDrive.
Google One Rates
Prices now for Google One start from 1.99 dollars for 100 GB, 2,99 for 200 GB for $ 2,99 and 9,99 for 2 TB per month. Please note that existing Google Drive programs have an 1 TB option for 9,99 dollars. These plans are said to be upgraded to 2 TB at no extra cost.
Google One will offer up to 30 TB options per month, although the pricing for storage above 2 TB will remain the same (30 TB will cost 299,99 dollars a month).
In addition to the new pricing, Google One will have family plans. Platform customers can add up to five family members to one account, each member of the family having their own storage space.
Google One also comes with enhanced one-click access to Google's support team for consumer products and services. Customers of the platform will also have discounts on Google Play or offers on some hotels they find through Google Search.
Google's free accounts remain on 15 GB, but as reported by the company, users will be able to use more and more storage space using Google Photo and free photo storage and 4K video.