The removal of the Google Drive $5 yearly subscription plan giving 20GB of cloud storage has some benefits for users already subscribed to the lowest tier of the service. Google has since told users that subscribers will now have the extended storage grandfathered to their existing accounts completely free of charge.
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Google One Stories March 11
Google One offers a free Home Mini to some users w/ active storage plans
After rebranding its storage plans under the Google One name last year, the company has been rolling out some perks and promos as a bonus for subscribers. Now, some Google One subscribers are getting promo codes in their inbox for a free Google Home Mini.
Google One Stories December 5, 2018
It seems like with every passing day, another discount is available on Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. This week, Google One is offering up a “membership benefit” which cuts $125 off the price of any Pixel 3 model.
Google One Stories November 14, 2018
[Update: Now includes France] Google One storage plans arrive in UK and Canada, here are the pricing details
Google One might be the new all-in-one subscription package for Drive storage, online support for services and include other handy perks, but the system has so far been a US-exclusive. Now, this new system is slowly expanding beyond US borders with UK and Canadian users able to sign up to the service.
Google One Stories September 21, 2018
Google One offering 10% Google Store discount on Pixel 2, Pixelbook, more
Last month, Google One officially launched with cheaper storage, family plans, premium app support, and a colorful ring around your profile avatar. Another big incentive to join is free perks like Google Play credit and hotel booking discounts. The latest is a 10% discount off any item in the Google Store.
Google One Stories September 13, 2018
The Google One launch was a bit rough. The service was announced at I/O, then it went up on the Play Store 10 days later, and then it became officially available to “everyone” in mid-August. But the problem with that was that it wasn’t actually available to everyone.
Now Google’s trying to make up for the headache…