Google is about to make changes in it’s Google Drive storage plans. The changes in the storage plan include a new low-cost plan for its 2 TB storage feature. The company has also announced, that they will be converting all their paid storage plans to Google One. All the Google One plans will receive access to Google’s live Customer service.
Google One will provide 200 GB storage at the cost of $ 2.99/month. The 2TB plan has got cut down in the price from $19.99/ month to $9.99/month. The 1 TB plan will not be further available for the users. The remaining plans of 10 TB, 20 TB and 30 TB have not seen any changes.
The best part of these new plans is, it is shareable within the family for up to 5 members. The users will also have access to the Google live chat support, previously which was only available for the G Suite business account users. Its live chat support will also be available for the cheapest plan of $ 1.99
Its basic free plan of 15 GB is also available for the users who are unwilling to subscribe to the paid service. The upgrade of these plans will be delivered to the users are already paying for the additional Google Drive storage service.