Google Drive offers 15 GB of free storage to all users by default, and has varying levels of prices for expanded storage moving forward. Google promises enhanced support and more benefits down the line for One subscribers.
Google One will allow up to five family members to share a One paid plan, with each member receiving their own, private storage space. The latest tweaks are a part of Google's plan to lineup up Drive with its Material Design approach, and as you saw earlier, it has been applied to Gmail quite considerably. You can check and/or change your channel!
In a plan it calls "Google One", the company will add a 200 GB storage tier for $2.99/month, and cut the price of its 2 TB plan in half, from $19.99/month to $9.99/month. Cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google, Apple, and Microsoft have led the way in providing a limited amount of free cloud storage.
All Google One users will get 15GB of free storage like we now have, but some of the paid tiers are gaining some extra bang-for-the-buck.
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Google One will offer plans with up to 30 TB per month, and pricing for plans larger than 2 TB will remain the same (30 TB will cost you $299.99 per month). With lots of options, ranging from 100GB to 30TB, you can choose the plan that's right for you. The change in plans does not affect G Suite business customers.
The idea behind Google One seems to simplifying shared storage across Google products, but I'm really not sure why Google couldn't have made all these changes to Drive without adding yet another product to keep track of.
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Google One will roll out in the USA over the next few months.
To start with, according to The Verge, Google is slashing the price of their 2TB cloud storage plan from $19.99/month to a mere $9.99/month, and they'll be adding to their low-priced storage options with a $2.99/month 200GB storage plan. Google could've even renamed Drive if it was looking for a way to market the new features.