Google is finally making its revamped Google One storage plans available to everyone in the U.S.

Up until now, those on an existing paid Google Drive plan have been upgraded to Google One over the past few months, but later today the company is opening these new subscriptions to anyone. The company also confirmed that it plans to bring the plans to more countries in the coming weeks.

The company first announced its new Google One plans back in May as a replacement to the existing Google Drive storage upgrades. Historically, Google Accounts have come with 15 gigabytes (GB) of free storage, which can be used however you wish across Google’s products including file storage, Gmail, Google Photos, and Google Docs. For those who needed more, they could pay $1.99 per month for 100 GB of storage, $9.99 for 1 terabyte (TB), $19.99 for 2 TB, $99.99 for 10 TB, $199.99 for 20 TB, or $299.99 for 30 TB.

With Google One, Google is keeping the free 15 GB ceiling and the opening 1 GB plan, but it’s now adding a 200 GB tier to the mix that will cost $2.99 per month and a new 2 TB plan for $9.99 per month. There is no longer a 1 TB plan, but those who are paying for that already will be upgraded to the 2 TB plan — which is the same price anyway. All the bigger plans will remain untouched.

Above: Google One: Android app

Storage, with benefits

It’s worth noting here that Google One isn’t simply a rebrand and fine-tune of its storage plans. In addition to the new pricing tiers, as part of the package Google is also offering round-the-clock access to “Google experts” for all your questions through the…

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