How Google’s New Storage Pricing Compares to Microsoft, Apple, and Dropbox

Google’s subscription storage service has a new name: Google One. Some prices are dropping and customers will also get customer support from an actual human for the first time.

Google announced the change in a blog post yesterday, saying that all current Google Drive subscribers will be switched to Google One when it launches. Google also hinted at “extra benefits,” like hotel deals and the occasional bit of Google Play credit.

But the main story here for most people are the price changes. Here are the new Google One prices, which will be in effect in the coming months:

  • 100 GB for $1.99 a month
  • 200 GB for $2.99 a month
  • 2 TB for $9.99 a month

How does…

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