Your free Google Drive storage space

1 Gig or faster residential customers receive a terabyte of free Google Drive storage space

While all Google Drive users receive 15 gigabytes of free storage across Gmail, Google Drive and Google Photos, GFiber residential customers on our 1 Gig or faster plans receive an additional one terabyte of storage space at no extra cost.

What is Google Drive?

Google Drive allows you to store all kinds of files, like photos, videos, music, and more by simply dragging and dropping them in.

Google Drive is available for:

  • Windows
  • macOS
  • iOS
  • Android
  • ChromeOS

Google Drive storage removal after GFiber cancellation or downgrade

Downgrading from a GFiber plan of 1 Gig or faster to a plan under 1 Gig, or canceling your GFiber or Google One account, will result in the loss of your extra 1 terabyte of free Google Drive storage. 

  • Your storage limit will revert to the standard free level of 15 gigabytes. 
  • While you can still access everything stored in Google Drive, Google Photos, and Gmail, you won't be able to add new content if it exceeds the free storage limit. 

Rest assured, nothing in your Drive will be deleted or removed by Google. For more details, please visit our Purchase, Cancellation, & Refund Policies page.

What's the easiest way to get to your Google Drive?

Visit in any web browser, then sign in using your name and password when prompted — and boom! You're all set.

See the Google Drive website and Google Drive Help Center for more details about using your free storage space on Google Drive.

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