Upgrade or downgrade
Applies to G Suite and Google Drive Enterprise editions.
Get more business features by upgrading your edition of G Suite. Or downgrade your edition to remove features you no longer need.
Switch to another G Suite edition
Here are your options for upgrading or downgrading your current subscription.
- Upgrade from G Suite Basic | Business | Legacy free edition
Upgrade directly to the edition you want. See below for what features you can get.
Downgrade to G Suite Business or Basic edition
Remove features you no longer need to reduce your costs.
- Upgrade from Drive Enterprise to G Suite
If your organization already uses Drive Enterprise, add Gmail, Calendar, and other business apps to your service.
Compare G Suite editions
|Storage per user||Unlimited||Unlimited||30Gb|
|Google Vault and Cloud Search||✔||✔|
|Advanced Drive controls||✔||✔|
|Audit and reporting features||✔||✔|
|Mobile audits and alerts||✔||✔|
|Up to 30 participants in Hangouts Meet||✔|
|Enhanced Drive security||✔|
|Email and image scanning||✔|
|Gmail log analysis in BigQuery||✔|
|Advanced security via keys and S/MIME encryption||✔|
|Automated mobile device management||✔|
|Information privacy protection and IRM (Information Rights Management)||✔|
Start a new subscription
If you can't upgrade or downgrade to the edition you want, you can instead start over with a new subscription. To do this:
- Delete your organization’s current Google Account.
Important: This deletes all user accounts, data, and billing records for all your current subscriptions.
Wait for us to clear your domain from our systems (typically takes 24 hours).
- Sign up for the edition of your choice.
Important: If you cancel a subscription for G Suite Business or Enterprise edition, you need to wait 60 days before you can sign up for any edition of G Suite again.