Get Google One Basics for 3 Months at an Exclusive Rs 100 Deal!

Get Google One Basics for 3 Months at an Exclusive Rs 100 Deal!

The “Basic,” “Standard,” and “Premium” plans of Google One, the company’s cloud storage service for storing images, videos, documents, and other information, are presently available for a discounted price for the first three months.

As part of an ongoing sale, the Basic plan, which normally costs Rs 130 per month or Rs 1,300 yearly, is presently available for purchase for Rs 100 for three months. You may also purchase the 200GB and 2TB storage plans from the Standard and Premium plans for Rs 50 and Rs 160 for the first three months, respectively, if you’d want extra storage. These deals are available on desktop and mobile devices.

  1. On your phone, download and install the Google One app. Then, log in using the account you wish to buy the plan for.
  2. Select the ‘Upgrade’ option, and Google will display all of the plans that are discounted along with their respective prices.

In addition, you can buy Google One plans by using the Photos app, selecting the ‘Unlock storage savings’ button by pressing on your profile image in the upper right corner of the screen. If you would want to buy it using a desktop, visit the Google One website, log in with your account, and Google will display the plans that are offered in your nation.

What do I get with a Google One subscription?

In addition to providing 100GB of free cloud storage, the Google One Basic plan gives access to Google experts, the option to exchange files with up to five people, and the opportunity to have your email address and phone number checked for you on the dark web. Advanced editing tools from Google Photo, such as Magic Eraser, Portrait Blur, Portrait Light, Color Pop, Sky Suggestions, and more, are also available to users.

You should use the Google One app to see if your phone qualifies for the 6-month Google One trial, which is offered by several phone manufacturers including Oppo and Pixel. Previously, Google’s photographs app enabled users to submit an infinite number of high-quality photographs and movies. However, the tech giant said last year that photos and videos posted through Photos will be counted toward the storage space available.


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