Google announced that in the near future the Google One tariff plan will work in Russia. It will allow more profitable use of Google Drive, Gmail and Google Photos. The first possibility of a single tariff will be able to try out those who have a paid subscription to Google cloud storage.
Unified tariff plan Google One appeared in the US in August of this year. The new subscription format allows you to connect up to five family members and pay it for the total bill. Subscription combines services such as Google Drive, Gmail and Google Photos.
Now single peep will be available to the Russians. Over the coming months, holders of paid subscriptions on Google Drive will be automatically transferred to the Google One rate. All other users will have access to the tariff plan later.
According to the company, at first the appearance of Google One in Russia, 15 GB of storage will be available for free; Russians will have to pay 139 rubles a month or 1390 rubles a year for 100 GB; and 2 TB will cost 699 rubles per month or 6990 rubles per year.