Google upgrades paid Google Drive Storage plans with new features

Google has declared an upgrade version to its paid Google drive storage plans by releasing “Google One”. The new development market offers more storage space on Google drive at lower cost as well as provides customers one tap access to Google experts to use the product & services of the search engine giant. Google has not made any changes for all the Google account holders who have nearly 15 GB free storage.

But consumers looking forward to purchase storage that ranging between 100GB & 30TB, currently have all new plans which start at approx. $1.99 per month. The paid plans are even sharable within family members. It makes sense as people willing to share their photos &videos with their loved ones which also provide Google drive a feature Apple iCloud has had for a period.

Existing subscriber to paid Google drive storage plans will be upgraded to Google 1 over the coming months. This launching will begin in the America & then expanded all across the world. Thereafter, Google will send an email that users need to finalize to upgrade to Google One. The ultimate aim is to transform the current Google drive paid plans with Google One plans by the end of this year.

The users picking up 100GB storage will require to pay a charge of $ 1.99 per month. This is almost identical to what Google was providing previously. However, those who want to buy 200GB storage, Google One has come up with a new plan which offers a monthly charge of $2.99. On the other hand, Google drive users who have the 1TB plan will be now shifted to the brand new 2TB plan at no extra cost, while new consumers will need to pay $9.99/ month in order to get 2TB storage through Google One.