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Google One: That’s how much extra cloud storage costs

About half a year ago, Google renamed Google Drive cloud storage to Google One in the US. Google One is also launching in Germany and is even slightly cheaper than before.

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About half a year ago, Google renamed Google Drive cloud storage to Google One in the US. Google One is also launching in Germany and is even slightly cheaper than before.

Google Drive becomes Google One: The subscription for more storage space in the search engine giant’s cloud now gets a new name in Germany. However, as the conversion will also require advertisers’ accounts, the so-called G Suite, and legacy subscriptions, it will take a while for Google One to be available to all users.

Because at the announcement of Google One, the company was still covered with a specific date and prices. After all, prices could elicit the colleagues of Heise Google already and there is good news: The cloud storage is not more expensive, but in parts even cheaper.

  • 100 GB : 1.99 Euro / month or 19.99 Euro / year
    • same price as before
  • 200 GB : 2.99 euros / month or 29.99 euros / year
    • Not available before
  • 2TB : 9,99 Euro / month or 99,99 Euro / year
    • So far, 19.99 euros / month

As the shortlist shows, there is also more flexibility with the small packages. Anyone who previously needed a bit more than 100 GB had to directly top up to 1 TB (9.99 Euro/month), but can now opt for the 200 GB package.

There is also up to 30 TB of cloud storage

In the US there are additional packages for 10 TB (99.99 dollars / month), 20 TB (199.99 dollars / month) and 30 TB (299.99 dollars / month). It is quite possible that these will be available later in Germany as well, and then, as with the already announced packages, the dollar price will be the same as the euro price. There is no information yet.

Switching from Google Drive to Google One will happen automatically in the coming weeks and months. Users of the cloud storage will also be informed separately by e-mail.

Are you using Google cloud storage? How much space did you get? Or do you prefer to stay away from Google’s cloud service? 

Via: Google Watchblog  Source: Heise

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