Google One - A premium cloud storage space to replace Google Drive


With Google One, we've upgraded our paid storage plans so you'll have all the space you need for your Google Drive, Gmail, and original quality photos and videos in Google Photos.

In addition to the owner, up to five members of his family can benefit from the benefits of the Google One cloud storage.

Storage plans start at $2.99 which will let users have 200 GB of storage. Subscribers to this plan will be automatically upgraded to Google One's 2TB plan at no additional charge.

Google is introducing a new storage service that will replace its premium Google Drive plans for consumers.

What really separates Google One is the extra stuff that comes with it. Google says they're going to add in deals for subscribers, like Play Store credit or discounts on hotels through Google Search, with more deals to follow in time.

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The new Google One offering will sport plans with storage capacities ranging from 100GB to a whopping 30TB, so no matter how many hefty media files you've got to store, you'll find an option to suit.

Google has launched a new budget-friendly cloud storage service. The Mountain View company's new cloud service also offers 200GB of storage for $3 per month or 2TB of storage for $10 per month. Just to mention, Google Drive and Dropbox are top competitors which provide cloud storage services for their clients. You can expect a notification once the service is available in your area. Aside from this nomenclature nuance, however, Google One is being updated with new features and cheaper prices.

According to information provided by Google, it might take few months to shift their users from Google Drive to Google One, they also stated that it won't affect their G Suite business customers.

All Google One users who use this service with other products will get support from their pool of exports; this service is indeed very helpful for people with a non-technical background. Google will also help its users by rolling out its new Android app which will help them to manage their plans but not their files.

For most, Drive's new pricing structure will be a reason to jump for joy. 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.