What is Google One?
Google One is a membership plan for expanded storage which includes extra perks to help you get more out of Google.
Your storage covers Google Drive, Gmail, and original quality images in Google Photos.
After joining Google One, members can receive benefits redeemable in places like Google Play and the Google Store.
Enhanced customer support
All Google One members get direct access to experts for help with Google products and services.
Google One members can share their perks (storage, benefits, support) with up to 5 family members.
Google One storage plans & pricing
Everyone with a Google account starts out with the basic 15-gigabyte plan, which is free. If you get Google One, there are six other storage plan options to choose from, depending on your location.
Note: If you change your storage limit, it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to apply to your account.
1. 100-gigabyte plan
2. 200-gigabyte plan
3. 2-terabyte plan
4. 10-terabyte plan
5. 20-terabyte plan
6. 30-terabyte plan
How much Google One costs
The price of a Google One membership depends on the type of plan you pick. For some plans, you can also pay annually instead of monthly.
To find out how much Google will cost for each storage plan, click the button below:
Step 1: Sign in to your account
To get a Google One membership, you need to be signed in with your personal Google account. If you don't have one yet, you need to make an account.
If you need more help, learn how to set up a new Google account.
Step 2: Upgrade to a Google One account
All Google accounts get up to 15 gigabytes of storage for free. If you want more storage, access to Google experts, special benefits and other Google One features, you need to upgrade to another plan.
- Make sure you've signed into your account.
- Get Google One