Here's how much storage is available on your Google Drive, and how to upgrade to Google One for more storage space
- You can only use 15 GB of storage on Google Drive for free.
- If you want more storage on Google Drive, you can upgrade to Google One and pay to get more space.
- Google One offers different pricing plans for more storage on Google Drive; it starts at $1.99 per month for 100 GB and goes up to $299.99 per month for 30 TB.
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While storing your valuable files used to require lugging around an oversized and often heavy external hard drive, the wide availability of inexpensive cloud storage has made backing up your photos, documents, and files easier than ever.And, if you use Gmail, chances are you've also used Google Drive, which offers some of the best cloud storage solutions out there. Advertisement
How much storage is available on a standard Google DriveGoogle Drive automatically comes with 15 GB of storage space for free. With this storage space, you can back up your Gmail attachments and photos, or even upload files from your computer's hard drive that you want to store and share.
However, if 15 GB doesn't meet your storage needs, Google offers additional storage via its Google One subscription-based service.
If you want more storage on Google Drive, upgrade to Google OneFor fees ranging from $1.99 per month all the way up to $299.99 per month, you can get anywhere from 100 GB to 30 TB of additional storage plus a host of other benefits, "like Google play credits, special hotel pricing, and more."
If you're interested in upgrading to Google One for more Google Drive storage space, the prices break down as follows:
- 100 GB for $1.99 per month (or $19.99 annually, for a 16% discount)
- 200 GB for $2.99 per month (or $29.99 annually, for a 16% discount)
- 2 TB for $9.99 per month (or $99.99 annually, for a 17% discount)
- 10 TB for $99.99 per month
- 20 TB for $199.99 per month
- 30 TB for $299.99 per month