Aug 24, 2018

Google One finally launched - double storage at the same price


Still so long in the United States.

We were able to announce that on May 14th, earlier years Google was working on a billing service called Google One. In practice, Google One is just a new name for Google Drive, but in connection with the change, prices are cut and new features added.

Double as much storage for the same price
As we wrote in May, the choice of 1TB of storage will be removed in favor of 2TB. This at the same time as the price of 1 TB is retained. The price is set at $ 9.99 per month and will probably cost 9.99 euros per month in Europe - as is the case for 1TB today.

In addition, it will also be possible to choose 200 GB of storage. This will cost 2.99 euros a month.

You will also be able to share the storage space with up to four other family members. At the same time, users will gain access to Google's customer service in the form of live chat - a feature that has until now been reserved for users of the G Suite.

Only in the United States
One Drive is currently only available in the United States. According to Google, they have already begun moving Drive subscribers to One - a process that happens automatically and not on demand. The search engine giant has stated that paying customers are moved to One first.

authorarticle: Master3395


sources: The Verge

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