Google One Storage Plans Available For Massive Discount, But Here’s The Catch

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Google One is currently offering a discount on its cloud storage plans that regularly cost at least Rs. 130 per month for 100GB. Although this could be an excellent offer for users who have exhausted their 15GB free cloud storage or are about to utilize it in the coming days, there’s a catch. Here’s everything you should know about the Google One cloud storage plans and the ongoing discount.

Google One Standard Plan Available For Rs. 35 A Month

Google One’s Basic plan is regularly available for Rs. 130 a month and is currently available for Rs. 35 a month for free months. This plan offers 100GB of storage. Further, subscribers can also share the cloud storage limit with up to five other users. It also offers extra Google Photos editing features and access to Google experts in case of an issue.

However, the catch is that after the three-month discount period, the Basic cloud storage plan will renew at Rs. 130 per month, i.e., its original price. Hence, the discounted price is only effective for a promotional period of three months. This is also true for the other subscription tier Google One currently sells.

Here Are The Discounts On The Standard And Premium Plans

The Standard plan that offers 200GB of cloud storage is currently available for Rs. 50 a month. Otherwise, this plan costs Rs. 210 per month. The top-tier 2TB plan is discounted to Rs. 160 a month and regularly costs Rs. 650 per month.

The annual plans are also discounted at the moment. Google One Basic is currently available for Rs. 100 for the first three months and then Rs. 1,300 annually. On the other hand, Standard costs Rs. 160 for three months and then Rs. 2,100 annually. However, there’s no discount on the Premium cloud storage tier.

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A tech enthusiast at heart, Shikhar Mehrotra has been writing news since college for an undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Over the last four years, he has worked with several national and international publications, including Republic World, and ScreenRant, writing news, how-to explainers, smartphone comparisons, reviews, and list-type articles. When he is not working, Shikhar likes to click pictures, make videos for his YouTube channel, and watch the American sitcom Friends.

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