Users who pay the new tariff plans will receive support from the experts at Google, thanks to which you will be able to understand the company's products and advanced settings.
The upgraded storage plan options range from 100GB to 30TB, with pricing starting at $1.99 per month for 100GB of storage.
As per The Verge, Google One will reportedly offer a new low-priced storage plan, whilst offering the former 2TB storage option for half price.
Existing 1 Terabyte customers will be upgraded to the new 2 Terabyte plan for $9.99 per month automatically by Google, and all other users will be upgraded to Google One as well in the coming months.
Google is retooling and rebranding its consumer cloud storage plans.
Google One was just unveiled today and it is an update to the old Google Drives paid plans. "With Google One you get one-tap access to experts for help with our consumer products and services". Now Google is prepping to replace the 2012 vintage Google Drive with a revamped storage service called Google One.
If you use Google services, chances are you use the company's storage, too. Google has not confirmed the India specific prices for the new plans.
Google is progressively updating the design of its online services. It will replace the paid consumer editions of Google Drive now on offer. According to Pavni, "Everyone gets their own private storage space as well as the additional benefits of Google One". The previous 1TB Google Drive plan is no more. Google already offered 24/7 support for paying business users with a G Suite account, but this is the first time the live support is offered to consumers. Google will also offer access to some extras, such as credits on Google Play or deals on select hotels found in Google Search. It's unclear exactly what this means, but we'll likely know more soon.
Google says Google One will roll out to those in the United States first and expand globally in the future.
Google One will also give subscribers access to perks.