Facing storage issue? Not any more! googel is upgrading cloud Storage from 15 GB to 1TB for Free. here is what that company has to say via its blog post
If you have a lot of data to add to Google Drive, Google Photos, or more and you are facing storage issues, here is some good news for you. Google is all set to solve the storage issues for Google Workspace Individual accounts. In an attempt to support users to expand their businesses, communicate, and collaborate more effectively, Google is now increasing the current 15GB free storage to 1TB. Informing about the same Google said in a blog post, “Soon every Google Workspace Individual account will come with 1 TB of secure cloud storage. You don’t have to lift a finger to get the upgraded storage: Every account will be automatically upgraded from their existing 15 GB of storage to 1 TB as we roll this out.” this does not apply to free individual accounts.
Google further said that while growing a business, it is obvious that users will need more documents, data, and digital assets to manage and store. Google Drive comes as a savior in such a situation as it allows users to store over 100 file types, including PDFs, CAD files, and images. Also, users can easily collaborate on and edit Microsoft Office files without converting them.
Drive also comes with built-in protections against malware, spam and ransomware so users don’t have to worry about accidentally opening the door to malware just by opening a document.
How to upgrade to 1TB storage on Google? The update will be done automatically. Yes, Google will automatically upgrade the storage cloud data limit on every Google Workspace account from 15GB to 1TB. You can continue using the current service and you will have access to 1TB of storage to store files, documents, and other stuff without any extra charges.
Currently, Google offers three monthly plans of 100GB storage for Rs. 130 per month, 200GB storage for Rs. 210 per month, and Rs. 650 per month for 2TB storage plan.