Google shock to consumers .. from June 1 to pay for those services

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Google shock to consumers .. from June 1 to pay for those services: Do you have a Google Account? Are you storing your photos and videos for free on the Google Photos app? But that is no longer the case, Google shock to consumers. You have to pay money for this. For the past few years, Google has been offering the ability to save photos and videos on Google Drive for free. However, from June 1, you will have to switch to the premium version and pay the money. Google announced last year that it would stop free backups of photos and videos. So far, Google Photos Drive has a 15GB storage limit for storing high-quality photos and videos. It allows you to download the stored backup files on your laptop or computer. However, this is not possible from June 1st. If you want to use this service, you have to take a Google One subscription and pay a premium.

After June 1, data limits on Google affiliate services such as Gmail, Drive, and Google Photos will be up to 15GB for free. A Google One subscription is required if more data is required. There are various plans available for this. There are various subscription options ranging from 100GB data to 30TB cloud storage. This is similar to the Apple One subscription. However, there are some additional benefits to this. Additionally, members can also be added through these premium plans. Allows family and friends to be part of it. Users can access the Google VPN service in selected countries except for India.

Google One App.

To get a 100 GB Google plan you have to pay Rs 149 per month. The price for a year is Rs.1499. The 200GB plan costs Rs 219 per month and Rs 2199 per year. The latter 2TB plan costs Rs 749 per month and Rs 7,500 per year. These plans will be cheaper for iOS users with the Google One app. The basic plan is 100GB for Rs 130 and comes to Rs 1300 per year. 200 GB plan pays 210 per month and 2100 per year. the 2TB plan pays Rs.650 per month and Rs.6500 per year.

Apart from these, it also offers 10TB, 20TB, and 30TB plans monthly. To take these plans you have to pay Rs.3249, Rs.6500, and Rs.9700 per month. All three plans are available on the Google One app. The Google One app allows users to manage platform-wise backups and storage. Users can also use Google Support through this app.

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