Google Photos will run out of unlimited free storage in June, bad news for users in Europe, who in many cases are forced to look for a payment plan for cloud storage. The firm is now leaving us a surprise, by announcing a discount 50% on various cloud storage plans and Google One.
This is a reduction on 10, 20 and 30 TB plans in Google One. All are thus reduced to half of their normal price, so they are presented as an option for users who need storage, whether for their photos or for other files.
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Google One cuts some plans in half
The change announced by the firm a few weeks ago means that from June 2021, the photos saved in Google Photos will consume space, because until now they did not occupy space in the 15 GB which are given free of charge. So for many users it is necessary to switch to a payment plan to have enough space for all your files. These discounts on Google One are touted as a good option.
The company leaves us reductions on its three higher planes, the more expensive ones, which in many cases are aimed at families or businesses. Users can now benefit from a 50% discount on 10TB, 20TB and 50TB plans. With this discount, prices become as follows:
- The 10TB plan goes from 99.99 dollars per month to 49.99 dollars per month.
- The 20TB option goes from $ 199.99 per month to $ 99.99 per month.
- The 30TB plan goes from 299.99 dollars per month to 149.99 dollars per month.
Remember that these Google One plans are they can share with up to 5 people in the family, so if you want one of them, by being able to share it, the cost will be lower, and you can enjoy large cloud storage capacity. For users who already have one of these plans, the price reduction will be automatic.
If you enter the Google One website, you will be able to see the available plans and thus get those plans now at a discount.
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