Google One, the Mountain View company’s new all-in-one storage, support and benefits program, is now starting to go live. Paid subscribers to Google Drive are now getting notifications via email that their account has been converted to a One account and for them, the One app has now lit up too.
One is a central repository of sorts for your Google Drive storage and gives you the ability to share that storage with other members of your family. It also provides you access to Google support via chat, phone or email and that support is available 24/7. You can also adjust your drive storage account in the app, change payment methods, manage family members and even shut down your subscription.
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Google has made a pretty significant announcement with regards to Google Drive today. In a blog post, the Mountain View company announced that Google Drive would be rebranded as Google One and bring with it more storage and features.
The most visible change to Google One over Drive is the tiers and pricing structure. For $1.99 per month, you can pick up 100GB of storage. That is the same price as today but if you need just a little bit more, there will be a 200GB tier that will be $2.99. Perhaps the bigger news is that current 1TB account which is $9.99 per month will double to 2TB at no additional charge. This puts a huge amount of pressure on other cloud storage providers like Dropbox and Microsoft’s OneDrive.
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