Google Photos: From June 1, you will have to pay to use more than 15 GB of Google Photos space
You have to pay to use more than 15 GB of Google Photos space, Google has already announced. This rule will be introduced from June 1. For normal reasons, those who want to save their photos or videos in the cloud and leave their phones or laptops empty, this time they have to pay. So many days Google Photos could have free storage. But the unlimited storage facility is going to end next June. Google has already announced that it will stop offering free photo and video backups.
However, there is a discount in this regard before June 1. This means that backups before June 1 will be considered free. In case of storage limit, the saved photo-video will not be taken during this period. According to Google, from June 1 to 15 GB of photos and videos do not have to spend any money. However, in case of keeping more than that, money has to be counted in a month. You can use the services with a Google One subscription.
Google One comes with a subscription plan of 100 GB to 30 TB cloud storage. For 100 GB storage, you have to make a plan of Tk 130 per month or Tk 1,300 per year. For 200 GB you have to pay Rs 210 per month or Rs 2,100 per year. For 2 TB you have to spend 659 rupees per month or 8,500 rupees per year. Surprisingly, the same plans are available at different prices in Google One’s iOS app. Which lets you view and manage additional storage on your Google Account.
The Google One app has plans for 10 TB, 20 TB, and 30 TB storage at a monthly charge of Tk 3,249, Tk 8,500, and Tk 9,600 respectively. Plans can be changed as needed for more storage or less storage. The Google One app will also allow users to manage the app’s backup and storage according to the platform. Users can also use Google support through the app.