Google on Monday announced a code new product, Google One. Well, it’s indeed an aged product that is removing a possess new name — Google One is a lot catchier — and cheaper pricing options.
That’s right, we’re looking during a rebranding of a Google Drive cloud storage product that was already accessible to consumers. All existent business will be changed to a new product after this year.
Google One is ostensible to be “a elementary devise for stretched storage that includes additional advantages to assistance we get some-more out of Google.” In practice, a additional cloud storage will be used accurately as it is now, for Gmail, Google Drive, and Photos. It’s usually a branding that changes, and Google is adding a few additional perks for customers.
Google One also comes with a new pricing structure, from 100GB to 30TB, as follows:
- 15GB: Free with each Google account
- 100GB: $1.99 per month
- 200GB: $2.99 per month
- 2TB: $9.99 per month (down from $19.99 per month)
- 1TB: upgraded to 2TB during no additional cost
- 2TB: prices sojourn a same
Google One will also get we extras including Google Play credits, and deals on name hotels — that one is unequivocally uncanny though ok. Google One will also come with family pity facilities enabled by default, with adult to 5 family members upheld per Google One account.
What seems to be blank from Google One is a 1TB tier, that might be adequate cloud storage for some Google users. Rivals including Amazon, Dropbox and Microsoft still have 1TB monthly skeleton in place, some people would indicate out. But it’s usually Amazon who’s indeed got a good understanding for 1TB skeleton ($59.99 per year). Google’s 2TB devise costs usually as most as Dropbox and Microsoft’s 1TB tiers.