Last month, Google announced that it would be ending the free backup storage option in Google Photos in 2021 which is bound to force a lot of users to pay for storage to save their photos. Before that change comes into effect though, Google has announced a massive price cut on higher storage plans of Google One.
In an email highlighting everything that's new with Google One, the company announced a 50 percent price cut on the 10TB, 20TB, and 30TB storage tier plans. Before the price cut, 10TB Google One storage was priced at $99.99/month but now it costs $49.99/month. Similarly, the 20TB and 30TB plans were priced at $199.99/month and $299.99/month previously but now cost $99.99/month and $149.99/month, respectively. Unlike other lower storage plans for Google One, there's no option to pay yearly for these storage options for a higher discount.
Google One storage plans include various perks including 10% cashback in Google Store credit on Google Store purchases, free VPN service, family sharing, priority Google support, and discounts on hotels, flight bookings, and more.
The lower storage tier Google One plans are still priced the same. The cheapest 100GB plan costs $1.99/month or $19.99/yearly. Apart from this, there are two other plans offering 200GB and 2TB of storage space for $29.99 and $99.99 yearly.