Google One rolling out to US users

Google is rolling out its Google One service to users in the United States, with more countries coming soon.

The Google One subscription programme offers increased Drive storage in addition to a number of other features, including live support and special deals in the Google Store.

The price for a Google One subscription depends on the amount of Drive cloud storage required by the user, detailed below:

  • 15GB – Free
  • 100GB – $1.99 pm
  • 200GB – $2.99 pm
  • 2TB – $9.99 pm

Google said users who currently pay for a Drive storage plan will be migrated to the Google One platform as it rolls out to their country.

Additionally, users with existing 1TB Drive plans will be upgraded to the 2TB Google One subscription at no extra cost.

Google One plans can also be shared with up to five family members.

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