Users can expect cheaper storage plans from Google. The tech giant is slashing the price by half, for its 2 TB storage feature. Also, Google is upgrading and converting all the paid storage plans on its Google Drive to Google One.
Google has priced the new Google One at $2.99 a month that comes with 200 GB of storage. The 2 TB plan that has been slashed to $9.99 a month which was previously $19.9. Also, Google has removed the 1 TB storage plan that was earlier priced at $9.99. However, higher plans involving 10, 20, or 30 TB has no further price slash.
Additionally, Google is bringing out a shareable plan for a family up to five members. This plan gives access to live chat irrespectively of the plan you’re on. This is interesting as this is the first time that Google is launching live support for a non-G Suite business account.
Those users who wish to use Google One without paying extra, Google is offering Drive’s basic 15GB of free space option. Google has said that it’ll send an email confirmation for those who have upgrades. Those users who’ve paid for additional Google Drive storage will witness the upgrade first!
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