California, May 15: Google wants you to go beyond the default 15GB free storage. The company has launched the new set of plans nicknamed Google One which offer you more storage. Google One comes with a new family sharing option. Similar to iCloud, it allows you to share a plan with up to six family members, each having their own private storage areas, Engadget reported.
There's also a one-tap access to experts feature for Google Drive and other services. Importantly, Google Drive is now available in new storage plans and revised rates. A new 200GB plan is available at USD 3 per month. Cost of the 2TB plan is now reduced at USD 10 per month. Other plans remain the same, starting from 100GB for USD 2 per month and going all the way up to 30TB at USD 300 per month.