Change or cancel Google Drive storage plans
After you buy a storage plan for Google Drive, you can choose another plan or go back to 15 GB of free storage.
Google Drive storage plans are non-refundable, but you can cancel your plan so that it doesn't automatically renew. To cancel or downgrade:
- Go to www.google.com/settings/storage.
- Click the rate on the plan you want.
- Click Subscribe.
- You'll get a confirmation email. On the start of the next month of your plan, your plan will be canceled or downgraded.
Canceled plans are non-refundable and can't be transferred from one Google Account to another.
If your storage payment has been declined, you'll need to update your payment information:
- Sign in to payments.google.com.
- Click Payment methods.
- Update your payment information:
- Pay with another card on file.
- Update the billing address or expiration date of your current card.
- Add a credit card.
If you subscribed to Google Drive before February 2014, you may be eligible for better pricing. Compare your rate with the current plans.
To change your plan, go to www.google.com/settings/storage.
Keep your old plan
To remain on your old plan:
- Keep your account active.
- Keep your payment information current.
- Don't adjust your current plan.
If you change your plan or your credit card is declined, you'll be asked to choose from the current plans. After you leave your old plan, you won't be able to switch back.
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