Google One - New plan name and prices for Gdrive - Twice the capacity of Dropbox Pro for $10/month
Decent price for 2 TB of storage. Combine with Rclone on a VPS and you will have a decent backup system. Be interesting to see if Google starts clamping down on the Gsuite/drive abuse which has been rumored for a few weeks.
The new Google One pricing plan name change replaces all non-G Suite business Google Drive storage name plans with a wider variety of storage options, some at an improved value.
To be perfectly clear, GDrive isn't going anywhere. All your spreadsheets and synchronized files will still be in the same Google Drive. This is just a new name for the associated storage plans for Google's various products and services (like Photos, Drive, Gmail, etc.), with Dropbox-killing pricing improvements and new storage quantities.
The pricing structure for the new Google One plans is just below:
100 GB - $1.99/mo
200 GB - $2.99/mo
2 TB - $9.99/mo
The old 1 TB plan seems to have been removed entirely, replaced by the 2 TB plan at the same price. All customers outside G Suite business will be migrated to the new Google One price plans, with users of the current 1 TB plan to be upgraded to 2 TB at no extra cost. The new plans are also shareable between family members in some form, though details aren't provided.
Google is not changing the name of Gdrive, but the name of Google One is the name of the pricing plans only. I have changed some the above wording and subject to reflect this clarification.
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