Under the leadership of CEO Sundar Pichai comes another feather in the cap. This time around it is Google One exceeding a milestone of 100 million paying subscribers.
Google One Crosses 100 Million Paying Users
The Google’s cloud storage subscription service makes it easier to increase their storage capacity beyond the free 15GB provided with services like Gmail, Drive, and Photos.
Further, CEO Pichai has underscored that the company is planning to boost future expansion with its recently launched AI Premium Plan.
Please refer to the below pricing plans to know better:
- Basic (100GB): This plan is priced at $1.99/month or $19.99/year. It includes sharing with up to five users, additional photo editing features like Magic Eraser, VPN access, and dark web monitoring.
- Standard (200GB): Priced at $2.99/month or $29.99/year, in addition to the basic plan, this plan offers a primary difference is a 3% reward on Google Store purchases.
- Premium (2TB and up): Starting at $9.99/month or $99.99/year, this plan offers larger storage, Google Workspace premium features (for tools like Meet and Calendar), and a 10% reward on Google Store purchases. Furthermore, for those who need more storage than 2TB, there are higher tiers than 2TB available too.
In addition to all this, company has also recently launched the AI Premium plan ($19.99/month) which in turn has introduced powerful tools that built on Google’s Gemini AI model.
What Gemini AI model Offers?
Advanced capabilities like draft generation in Gmail, content organization in Slides as well as data visualizations within Sheets is offered. The subscribers who are on plans with 5TB or more, currently have a limited-time trial of AI Premium features which will be available for free till July 31, 2024.
With an intend to make AI Premium available to other subscriber groups, including Google Fi Unlimited users and those who pay for Google One through third-party billing providers.
CEO Pichai has emphasized around the AI amalgamation in the product features in the light of the services’ continued growth.
Notably, YouTube Music + Premium also reached 100 million users and coincided with the Google One’s 100 million paying subscribers mark.