Months ago Google announced a rebranding Google Drive Storage plan under the name Google One.
Google also planned to give more storage at lower prices along with the rebranding.
Google One is now open for public and giving more storage at lower prices.
Google One plans start at the same as Google Drive plans after the start plans Google improves the situation by introducing a new $2.99-per-month tier, which includes 200GB of storage, and it’s upgrading the $9.99-per-month tier to include 2TB of storage instead of 1TB.
Pricing for plans larger than 2TB remains the same. Try out process is simple you just need to go to your Google Drive and click on Storage, then Upgrade Storage and a prompt will show you possible upgrades.
You will be able to share your storage with up to five family members, Google doesn’t even bother to check if the email accounts you have added are family members.
The storage is just not limited to Drive but is also used for Gmail and Photos.
Its already moved Google Drive subscriberss on personaal accounts over to Google One plans. as of today , anyone can signup with the new pricing .
If we talk about cloud storage, Google’s Pricing is extremely competitive. Microsoft offers half as much storage as Google at $1.99 per month, Dropbox doesn’t offer anything between free and $9.9 while iCloud has a $0.99-per-month plan with 50GB of storage.