Buy more Google storage

Your Google Account comes with 15 GB of cloud storage at no charge. Storage is shared across:
  • Google Drive
  • Gmail
  • Google Photos

Get more cloud storage with:

Note: If you have a work or school account, you can’t buy more storage for yourself. If you need more storage, contact the person who gave you your account.

Storage subscriptions

  • At any time, you can change your storage plan to either a monthly or annual fee.
  • A Google One subscription doesn’t expire -- it’ll renew automatically unless you change your settings.
  • When you switch to a different payment schedule, it can take up to 24 hours for these changes to take effect.
  • In addition to the listed price, you may be charged local taxes or fees. These rates may be changed by local entities without notice from Google. Google doesn’t charge extra fees beyond the listed price. If you live in the European Economic Area or Morocco, you’ll be charged Value-Added Tax (VAT) on Google Play purchases. For these purchases, you can request a VAT invoice or receipt.
  • Buying Google storage is only available in some countries. Find countries where you can buy storage.
You can get extra storage for your Google products.

If you already pay for a Drive plan, you get automatically upgraded to Google One at no charge. Learn more about how your existing storage works with Google One.

If you don't have a Drive plan, you can become a Google One member to get more storage, help from experts, and extra member benefits.

Upgrade your Google storage

Important: Make sure your payment method is up to date before you upgrade your storage. Learn how to update your payment details.

Buy more storage with Google One

After you upgrade, your Google One membership replaces your current Drive storage plan. Google One members get even more storage space, plus exclusive benefits and family plan sharing. If you want more storage space as a Google One member:
  1. Make sure you’re signed in to your Google Account.
  2. On your computer, go to
  3. On the left, click Upgrade.
  4. Choose your new storage limit.
  5. Review the new plan prices and payment date. Then, click Next.
  6. To confirm your Google One plan, click Subscribe.

Change your storage plan

Learn more

About Google One plans offered by another company

Important: If your Google One plan is offered through another company, you'll need to contact that company directly to upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your plan.

Manage a Google One plan offered by another company

Switch to a Google One plan in the Google One site & app

If you bought your current plan from another company, and instead want a plan that’s only available for purchase on the Google One site or app, you need to:

  1. Cancel your current Google One plan by contacting the company that sold you the plan.
  2. Subscribe to a Google One plan available on the Google One site and app.
If canceling puts you out of storage, you will need to subscribe to a new plan right away to avoid interruptions to Google services. Learn what happens when you exceed your storage limit.
Fix payment issues
To fix payment issues, contact the company offering you the plan and make sure your payment method hasn't expired and the details are correct. You can find a link to contact the company in Google One settings.
Keep in mind, you won’t be able to update your payment method on the Google One site or app.

Payment issues

This can happen if your payment method has expired or the details are incorrect or outdated. To fix payment issues, contact the company offering you the Google One plan.

Benefit access

If there’s a payment issue, you will continue to have access to your Google One benefits for a limited time. If you don’t resolve the issue promptly, your Google One plan will end and your storage limit will be reduced to 15 GB. If you exceed this amount, you will experience interruptions to Gmail, Google Photos, Drive, and other Google services. Learn more about what happens when you exceed your storage limit.

Update your Google One membership through Pixel Pass

Change your plan

If you have a 200 GB Google One plan through Pixel Pass, you can change your plan to have more storage through the Google One website. Your monthly price will change based on the plan you choose, and you'll get the new price at checkout.
  1. On your computer, go to
  2. Sign in to your Google Account.
  3. Click Settings Settings and then Change membership plan.
  4. Select an upgrade plan.

If you purchased your Pixel Pass subscription through the Google Store, you can also update your Google One plan on the Google Store.

Learn about pricing for Google One

Google One members get increased storage space and exclusive benefits like family plan sharing. Learn how much Google One costs in your location.

Improve collaboration and stay connected with Google Workspace Essentials

If your company wants better collaboration and more storage for work projects, you can sign up for a Google Workspace Essentials account. To sign up, use your business email address.

A Google Workspace Essentials account provides:

  • Secure, reliable video conferencing
  • Shared drive space where teams can store all of their content
  • Collaboration apps like Docs, Sheets, Slides 
  • Security, privacy, and compliance tools
  • No domain verification or IT involvement required

Learn more about the apps, tools, and pricing for G Suite Essentials.

Use Google One with Workspace Individual

Your Workspace Individual plan comes with 1 TB of storage. You can buy more storage with Google One. Learn about Workspace Individual.

If you're a Google One plan member:
  • Your Google One plan storage is in addition to your Workspace Individual storage.
  • There's no change to your Google One membership or Family Plan and Membership Sharing.
  • You stay enrolled unless you choose to cancel. 

Storage space doesn’t increase after upgrade

It may take up to 24 hours for your new storage to become available after you purchase a new storage plan.

If your storage is still incorrect after 24 hours, sign into your Google Account to check if your payment went through

If your payment went through, it’s been 24 hours since you upgraded, and your storage is still incorrect, try these troubleshooting steps.

If a charge is applied to your payment card, but you don’t find a payment reflected on your Google Account, check if you’re signed into multiple Google Accounts. If so, Google One may be purchased on a different account. You can cancel the purchase on that account and repurchase Google One on the desired account. Learn how to cancel purchases on Google One.

Switch to a plan with less storage

If you don’t use all the space you have right now, or you want to pay less for Google storage, downgrade or cancel your storage plan.

Change Google One membership with Pixel Pass
Pixel Pass subscribers can change Google One membership plans at If you want less than 200 GB of Google storage, cancel your Pixel Pass subscription and sign up for a separate Google One membership. Learn how to Cancel your Pixel Pass plan.

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