Google is at long last making its revamped up Google One stockpiling plans accessible to everybody in the U.S.
The updated plans accompany lower pricing, however, what will premium advertisers is another Benefits area in the Google One application for Android.
For the individuals who are interested, or are basically needing more extra space, here’s a breakdown of what Google One is, the thing that it accompanies, the amount it expenses, and how to sign up for it. So lets investigate detail.
It enables you to upgrade your current Google account storage to different gave storage options, according to your decision and needs and with security.
Google offers 15GB per client and this is shared between Gmail, Google Photos and Google Drive. It enables clients to expand the extra room of their account for an ostensible month to month or a yearly membership plan.
How to get Google One?
- First off, to get a Google One account, you need to guarantee that you have a Google Account in any case.
- From that point onward, you need to join with it on your device, which is a truly basic activity.
- You can get to the Storage settings of any of the three (Google Photos, Google Drive, or Gmail). From that point, you should choose the Manage Storage choice to move up to the program.
Here are all the Google One pricing options:
- 100GB for Rs 130 per month
- 200GB for Rs 210 per month
- 2TB for Rs 650 per month
- 10TB for Rs 6,500 per month
- 20TB for Rs 13,000 per month
- 30TB for Rs 19,500 per month
The rollout’s occurring now in the two nations, so on the off chance that you don’t see the alternative to join immediately, check back again soon and it should be waiting for you.