Your data storage decisions might not rival the high stakes game of A&E’s Storage Wars. Nonetheless, you may be interested in learning about changes to Google Drive. With new file formats, high resolution pictures and our need for file sharing, secure data storage is an ongoing concern and one that should not be treated lightly. Cue, Google One.
According to their recent blog post, Google One will be introduced over the next few months, and all paid consumer Google Drive Storage plans will be automatically upgraded.
What changes can you expect?
More space – options ranging from 100GB to 30TB, and flexibility for you to select the plan that best matches your needs
Expert Advice – one tap access to Google professionals ready, willing and able to answer all your Google product questions
Family Plans – simplify your storage under one plan. You can add up to five family members
What fees can you expect?
Plans will start at 100GB for $1.99 per month
200GB for $2.99 per month and
2TB for $9.99 per month
Existing 1TB Drive plans will be upgraded to 2TB at no extra cost
Upgrades will begin soon in the United States and continue globally over the next few weeks and months. Interested in learning when Google One might be available for you? Visit this link, and register for updates.