In May, Google introduced Google One, a paid storage service that replaced paid Google Drive storage plans. Google Drive as we know it won’t cease to exist at this time, but to sum it up, if you were paying Google for cloud storage, your Drive account was transformed into a One account. To explain, the One in the name represents the single amount of storage you have across Google’s services, including Drive, Photos, and Gmail.
This week, Google says that anyone wanting a Google One account can sign up for one, with plans starting as low as $2/month for 100GB of online storage. Plans go all the way up to 2TB for $10/month.
Let’s say you sign up for the $2/month option. With that, you’ll see 100GB of storage added to your Google account for usage in Google Photos and Gmail. Additionally, Google One offers a Family Plan, allowing up to 5 members access to cloud storage under one bill.
Google has setup a dedicated team of customer service reps specifically for One members. According to Google, “You can easily get in touch with a team of Google experts 24/7 to answer your questions—whether you need help recovering a file you accidentally deleted or want to learn how to use Gmail when you’re offline.”
Follow the link below to sign yourself up.