As regulation increases and free cake is reduced, cloud storage has become less attractive to ordinary users, but cloud storage is still a necessary service for commercial users. Google recently replaced Google Drive with Google One and dropped 50%.
According to Google plan, Google One will replace existing Google Drive services in the next few months. Users can choose 100GB to 30TB in different sizes according to their own needs, and the price is 50% cheaper than the same capacity Google Drive, and 100GB is only $2 / month for 100GB capacity, and 200GB capacity is lower to 3 US dollars per month. However, the existing 1TB/10 dollar service is no longer available. If users want large capacity, Google also offers luxurious suits with a 300TB storage capacity of 300 US dollars / month.
Users who have Google Drive can seamlessly migrate files, Gmail attachments, e-mail, photos, and videos to Google One, but at this stage Google One only provides service for commercial users, and will be tried in the United States for the next few months and spread to other areas at a later time.