A few weeks back Google has introduced its new sub-brand called “Google One”. Under this Google will be replacing its current non-G-Suite Google Drive plans with a fresh price structure. Soon the account of users having paid Google storage will get converted to Google One, depending upon the plan you may have to pay a slightly less price. The Google One app has just appeared on Google Play Store but unfortunately, it didn’t perform any task at present. It is enough to indicate the fact that soon in a month or two Google will be making this platform work.
Google One is a more refined storage service and it provides you some great features like the account sharable within a family, a variety of storage options, etc. You all will be surprised to know that it offers storage facility ranging from 100GB’s to 30TB’s. In the family sharable account you can add up to five member which is simply great. The basic level storage plan providing 100GB will cost you $1.99 per month or $19.99 per year. A new 200GB plan has also been introduced which will cost you around $2.99 a month.
The old 1TB plan is now revamped and offers 2TB of storage for the same price i-e $9.99 a month. If you are wondering about installing the app then you can but for now, it is of no use. However, you can sign up for the updates on the homepage that appears after opening the app.