Google One rolling out to all of the United States starting today, other countries soon
Google One, Google's new umbrella for Google Drive paid storage plans, is officially rolling out.
As announced back in May, Google One is now launching for U.S. users. This means that Google Drive users in the U.S. will now be able to take advantage of the lower pricing for 100 GB, 200 GB, and 2 TB storage plans while also receiving access to live customer service, Google Play Store credit, hotel discounts via Google Search, and the ability to share their storage by granting five additional users their own private storage space.
The ability to add other users to a paid storage plan starting at 100 GB for $1.99 a month makes the pricing and service offered for Google One competitive with services such as Dropbox, iCloud, and Microsoft OneDrive.
No further details for when Google One's rollout will expand internationally were announced.