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Google One Is Pampering Users With New Cloud Storage Plans

Gear up for Google drive’s innovative rollout.

Google One Is Pampering Users With New Cloud Storage Plans

Google I/O 2018 is over but the series of changes are still appearing to the users. And, one thing in common with all these changes is that Google strikes innovation like no one could do better. Talk about the Google assistant abilities or recently rolled out cloud storage plan that the giant is rebranding as “Google One”, the offerings are actually innovative for the users. 

Let me offer you a taste of new storage quotas along with their prices

New Storage Quotas

  • 100 GB for $1.99/month
  • 200 GB for $2.99/month-New Plan
  • 2 TB for $9.99/month-Down from $19.99
  • 10 TB for $99.99/month
  • 20 TB for $199.99/month
  • 30 TB for $299.99/month

With all these plans, Google is revamping the consumer storage plan offering users a price that is easy to afford. And, 200 GB offering for as less as $2.99/month is not at all a bad offering. In terms of functionality, the drive will remain as it is. The branding is meant to change the name to Google One along with offering more storage space to the users. 

Going forward, Google will pamper the users by allowing them to share the storage data with up to 5 family members. It would be interesting to get such an offering with the storage. Among all these rollouts, the one that is going to bring that perfect smile to your face is the ability to talk to the experts with just a tap. Now, that seems the biggest surprise for the users with the new roll out from the giant. 

The one-tap-expert-chat-option will connect the users with the real professional and not with any AI enabled chatbot. And, the offering will come live for every plan including the newly enrolled 200 GB for $2.99/month. In the US, three experts will be made available to chat with the users 24*7 over email, chat or on phone. While in other countries the support mediums may vary. Google already supports G suite users with a 24*7 expert availability. 

Among all these happenings, it is worth mentioning, the 15GB free quota will remain there for the users. 

However, Google has announced all these plans but it will take some time for the giant to actually offer these benefits to the users. 

Google One is going to sort out the storage problem (in case you are having any) for the users for sure. And, the fact that the giant is asking literally a penny for the same is absolutely impressive. 

Tanya <span>Editor In Chief</span>
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