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Refurbishing the Cloud: Say Hi to Google’s New Cloud Storage Service

Refurbishing the Cloud: Say Hi to Google’s New Cloud Storage Service

Due to the high data consumption over the internet, the importance of cloud has skyrocketed. Consumers nowadays are searching for additional storage beyond the free offerings.

With new plans and additional support, Google is now offering its customers with some amazing paid online cloud storage. Tagged as “Google One”, this new cloud storage service by Google is an updated version of the company’s existing online storage service.

“Everyone gets their own private storage space as well as the additional benefits of Google One”, says Pavni Diwanji, the new VP of Google.

There are total six different plans that are embedded on the services. Pricing for the new paid storage service starts from $1.99/month for 100 GB to $299.99/month for 30 TB. In addition, a new 200 GB plan is added to the tariffs.

Google one is equipped with one tap chatting feature allowing the users to chat with its experts regarding any problem. Also, users will be able to share the plans with 5 family members.

According to Google, in the coming months, the current American Google drive subscribers would be automatically upgraded to Google One. There is no fixed timeline for a worldwide rollout yet. Users can sign up on the Google one’s website to check the availability in their country.

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