Google One Paid Storage Now Open to All US Users

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Google on Wednesday announced the availability of Google One as a storage upgrade option for people in the United States.

The option will become available in other countries within the next few weeks.

Users with paid Google Drive storage plans automatically were upgraded to Google One in the past few months, noted Pavni Diwanji, VP of Google One.

Google One plans begin at US$1.99 for 100 GB. For $2.99, users can get 200 GB, and for $9.99, Google One provides 2 TB. Existing 1-TB plans will be upgraded to 2 TB for free. Pricing for plans that provide more than 2 TB is unchanged.

Google Drive offered the first 15 GB for free. An additional 100 GB cost $1.99, and users could get 1 TB for $9.99, 10 TB for $99.99, and additional storage in 10 TB increments at the same price.

Google One works with Drive and Gmail as well as original quality photos and videos in Google Photos.

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