Google is changing up its cloud storage options and upgrading all consumers paying for Google Drive storage to a new service called Google One in the next few months.
The new service is going to come with expert assistance, user benefits, family plan options, and slightly different rates from its current Google Drive plans.
Corporate accounts won’t be affected, but Google said it’s working towards making Google One available to users taking advantage of the 15GB of free space.
Google’s paid cloud storage service is getting a big makeover.
On Monday, Google took the wraps off of Google One, a new version of its storage service for paying users that includes new pricing plans, the option to share plans with multiple family members — and built-in access to Google’s online customer support “experts.”
Google says this isn’t a rebrand of its popular Google Drive storage platform, which will for the time being continue to exist as a free service for people who need up to 15GB of online storage. Google One is a more comprehensive service for paying users that provides new options for 100GB to 300TB of storage. There’s a new 200 GB plan for $2.99 a month, and the price …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology