Google One Starts Offering 5TB Storage Plan

Google One, a subscription service for unified cloud storage of data from Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos, introduces the 5TB option in the subscription menu. Present in Brazil since 2018, the service offers a free 15GB plan and three paid plan options so far. The service gained popularity from early this year, when Google Photos shut down.

Google One currently offers three types of plans for all accounts: 100 GB Basic (for R$6.99/month or R$69.99/year); the 200GB Standard (for R$9.99/month or R$99.99/year) and the 2TB Premium (R$34.99/month or R$349.99/year). The service includes access to experts, option to add the family and other benefits such as Google Play credits, special discounts at hotels and more.

How to rent the Google One 5TB plan?

According to the website 9TO5Google, the decision to make the 5TB plan came after a survey of North American users, who pay $9.99 (R$52) for the 2TB plan and would like more storage, but they found the 10 TB plan (not available in Brazil) a little “salty” that costs US$99.99 (R$517).

To meet this interim demand, the 5 TB plan has not yet been officially announced and is not yet available in Brazil, where it is likely to reach R$174.99/month or R$1,749.99/year. To check availability, go to the Google One storage page by clicking this link.

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