Earlier this year, Google introduced its new cloud storage service Google One, replacing its Google Drive plans with new alternatives offering more storage at the same price. The company started converting its existing Google Drive paid customers over to Google One, upgrading the original 1TB $9.99/month plan to a greater 2TB capacity at the same rate.

Google One wasn't available to new customers at the time, but that has changed. Anyone in the United States can now sign up for Google One, which starts at $1.99/month for 100GB, increasing to $2.99/month for 200GB and $9.99/month for 2TB. All Google users still receive 15GB for free with their account.

Users can upload their own files to Google One, also using the plan for Drive, Gmail, and storing original resolution Google Photos images. The product also includes direct access to help experts, as well as "extra benefits" that Google says will include Play credits, "special hotel pricing," and more.

Customers who need to store large amounts of data have three high-capacity options: 10TB for $99.99/month, 20TB for $199.99/month, and 30TB for $299.99/month. Up to five family members can be added to Google One plans. According to Google, other countries will get Google One access "over the next few weeks." US-based customers can sign up now.

Via: Google Blog