Some of the prices are listed on the new Google One signup page (see table below).
Along with the new price structure, Google is touting other Google One features including access to experts for customer support and "extras" like credits for Google Play or deals from partnering hotels in Google Search. "Google one" is the name given to the storage plans after rebranding it. While this happens to be a new plan, the same that offered 1 TB of storage has been scrapped.
Google is in the process of revamping the plans offered for storage and the premium plans for Google Drive to the latest plan with variety of benefits, which is being termed as Google One. But, with this move, Google Drive can attract more customers.
Moving on up the ladder, users now on the 1TB plan will automatically be upgraded to 2TB in coming months but the upgrade will be at no extra charge.
With Google One, we've upgraded our paid storage plans so you'll have all the space you need for your Google Drive, Gmail, and original quality photos and videos in Google Photos. You'll pay $2.99 (about £2/AU$4) per month for 200GB, and if you want to ramp up to 2TB, that will cost $9.99 (about £7.50/AU$13.50) per month. And lots more benefits to come over time. The forum experts are awesome and extremely knowledgeable but I would hope, being a paid platform, that the new Drive support will be 1-on-1 with Google. That way, each member of the family will also be entitled to their own private storage though the storage quota will remain the same.
Families paying for extra storage will be able to share that capacity with up to five other family members according to an annoucement by Google.
Google has announced the launch of a new cloud service monikered as Google One.
The 10, 20, and 30 TB plans remain unchanged though. You'll buy storage from Google One and manage it with a Google One app, the company confirmed to CNET. So while Google One brings together all of the company's storage plans, including resurrecting dead ones, this will also allow users to have easy access to Google's live support as well. Google originally offered 2TB of storage space for $19.99 per month through Google Drive.