Initially, Google One will only be available on a limited basis.
These storage plans are already live in the United States along with other new features. It will also add more versatility for those who opt for the basic free account with 15 GB of storage. Google notes that you can allow up to 5 accounts to access one plan and each member will have their own private section of storage only they can use. To accommodate the change, the company is introducing some new storage tiers for those who don't wanna pay that much but need more space for their content. The new Google One addition will not impact G Suite business customers.
While functionality now remains unchanged, certain buttons and icons have moved.
So essentially, your Google Drive paid storage plan will now be called Google One. Google has added a new 200GB plan for $3 per month, and the 2TB plan is down to $10 per month from the earlier $20. It'll still remain as a free service, where you can upload and manage your files, a company spokeswoman told PCMag. In its current form, Google provides all of its customers with 15GB of Google Drive space (for free) that they can use for all of their storage needs. The tech support is just one of the benefits Google is baking into One.
The $69.99 is good for 1 Terabyte of storage and one user, and includes access to Microsoft Office, customer support via chat or phone, and 60 minutes of Skype per month. With lots of options, ranging from 100GB to 30TB, you can choose the plan that's right for you.
One of the most common requests we've received is for storage plans to be sharable within a family. The user can also share their storage with four family members. "And we'll be adding more benefits over time". Rather, it will no longer be the label Google puts on the gigabytes or terabytes of storage you share across its platforms.