If you're invited to try Google One, you can get more storage, help from experts and extra member benefits. You can share your membership with up to five family members.
Free trials are available for new customers only. If you already have a Google One membership or you've had one in the past, your promo code won’t work.
Claim your trial
- Open the message that invited you to join.
- Select Join for free.
- You might be asked to sign in. If the invitation was sent to your Google Account, sign in with that Google Account.
- Fill in the form and choose a form of payment, like a credit or debit card.
Note: A form of payment is required so that your membership can continue after your trial has ended. You won't be charged until your trial ends.
- Follow the steps on the screen.
If you have successfully redeemed your EFT, you can now backup and restore your data before you begin.
Renew your membership
When your trial ends, you can continue your membership.
You'll automatically be charged using the form of payment that you'd entered when you signed up. You can edit the form of payment associated with your Google One membership.
Troubleshoot Google One trial issues
Need help starting your trial? Make sure that the invitation hasn't expired or wasn't already redeemed. If it's still valid, contact your OEM/operator support for more help.
If you have other issues, try the steps below.
You already have a Google One account
Your Google Account type is not eligible
The link is no longer valid
Offer has already been used
Error with payment
Pay with Direct Operator Billing
To pay with Direct Operator Billing:
- Complete the sign up using the link that you received on your mobile device.
- Download the Google One app from the Play Store.
- Open the Google One app Settings.
- Change the payment method to Direct Operator Billing.
Stop your trial or membership
When your trial is almost over, you can choose to cancel your membership. If you don't want to be charged, cancel your membership before the last day of your trial.
If you end your membership, the following will happen:
- You and your family members will lose access to extra member benefits and Google experts.
- You and your family members will lose access to your additional storage. Each person will keep their default 15 GB of free storage.
Running out of storage and cancelled or expired plans
If you cancel your storage plan or when your storage plan expires, your storage limits will reset to the free levels for each product at the end of your billing cycle. Everything in Google Drive, Google Photos and Gmail will still be accessible but you won't be able to create or add anything new over the free storage limit. If you reach or exceed the free storage limit:
You can’t send or receive messages. Messages sent to you are returned to the sender.
- As of 1 June 2021, if you remain inactive or go over your storage quota for two years or longer, all of your emails may be deleted.
You can’t sync or upload new files. You can’t create new files in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms and Jamboard. Until you reduce the amount of storage that you use, neither you nor anyone else can edit or copy your affected files. Syncs stop between your computer's Google Drive folder and My Drive.
- As of 1 June 2021, if you remain inactive or go over your storage quota for two years or longer, your content within the affected products may be deleted.
- As of 1 June 2021, if you remain inactive or go over your storage quota for two years or longer, all of your content may be removed from Gmail, Drive and Photos.
Clear storage space
If you're using more than 15 GB of storage, all your files will stay safe but you won't be able to store anything new.