Google ends unlimited storage for non-corporate users – don’t move away...

Google ends unlimited storage for non-corporate users – don’t move away...
Google ends unlimited storage for non-corporate users – don’t move away...

If you’ve used G-Suite’s unlimited storage to back up your photos and videos, wait before switching to Google Workplace. Google Workspace only offers unlimited storage for business plans.

Google made some big noise replacing G-Suite with an even better Google Workspace. Among the many changes that may or may not be incredible to you, one change is clearly not for high disk users.

If you or your team are using G-Suite Business, get unlimited storage for $ 12 per user. If I remember correctly, you needed at least four users to sign up for this service level. Now Google Workspace only offers 2 TB of storage for $ 12, 5 TB for $ 18. According to Android Police, you can switch to an Enterprise account for $ 20 ($ 30 for Enterprise +) and get the same unlimited storage. However, it will be significantly more expensive at least 50%.

Google confirmed to AP that it would offer as much storage space as customers need “at no additional cost” on the business plans.

Unfortunately, Google also restricts itself to AP, which ultimately has to migrate the entire user base from G Suit to the pricing work area: “Each customer has their own path to subscription that best supports the way they work. If a customer is not ready for a transition now, our team will share additional information in the coming months to help identify a transition path that best suits their needs“. But if you need storage space and are on the G-suit plan, hold on to it and don’t let go unless you have to.

(That said, even at $ 18 a month, Google’s storage offering is quite competitive for a small team or business. Storing 5TB on Amazon AWS would cost you around $ 100. With Backblaze B2, you get $ 25 – dollars for the same $ 5 per month. Unfortunately, both programs get expensive very quickly for users with lots of pictures or videos.

[via androidpolice]

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