The company also announced changes in the tariff plans of the service.
Cloud storage service Google Drive got a new brand and now is called Google One.
Also, Google announced changes in the tariff plans of the service.
Free rate with 15 GB of memory left. Except it appears a plan for a 200 GB for $2.99 per month and a plan with 2 TB of storage fell from $19,99 to $9,99 per month. From the tariff plan with 1 TB for $9.99 per Google refused. The user can also share their storage with four family members.
Users who pay the new tariff plans will receive support from the experts at Google, thanks to which you will be able to understand the company’s products and advanced settings. In the U.S., these experts will be available round the clock via live chat, email and phone. In other countries a range of support options may vary.
In addition to access to experts, the company also promises to provide customers with other benefits. Director Google One Larissa Fontaine said they may include discounts on hotels that you will find in a Google search, preferred rates for other Google services or credits in Google Play. “We hope to build it over time,” she said.
The new service is received and a new design. In particular, the page background is now white, not grey, changed the font, used for headlines. Also the “options” icon was placed on the same line as the search bar.
Noted, this is not an immediate change. Over the next few months Google will update all existing plans storage accounts Google One, starting with the USA, followed by global deployment. Google also reports that soon there will be a new app for Android that helps users to manage their plan (and not files).