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How much will it cost to store your photos in Google Photos from summer


What was given is over: this is what you will have to spend to have more space in Google Photos.

By now, you are probably already looking for an alternative to Google Photos, or calculating how much will it cost to save your images and videos in the Google service starting next summer, when the company eliminates the free unlimited storage plan available for five years.

But we want to make your work easier: if you have finally decided to subscribe to Google One so that you can continue to enjoy sufficient storage on Google's cloud-based image and video organization platform, today we review the different rates available, so you can decide which one is best for you.

Google Photos will include paid features

Unlimited Google Photos storage will only be available to paid users.

1.99 euros per month for 100 GB: the cheapest plan to continue using Google Photos

Google offers a total of six different plans to Google One users, each with a different amount of available storage, ranging from 100GB to 30TB.

The cheapest plan, and probably the one that most people will choose once it is time to make a decision, is priced at 1.99 euros per month. In return, we get 100 GB of storage space. The most expensive, amounts to 299.99 euros and it offers 30 TB of storage, enough to never have to worry about space again. Of course, there are also other intermediate plans.

Plan15 GB plan100 GB plan200 GB planPlan 2 TB20 TB Plan30 TB Plan
PriceFree€ 1.99 / month or € 19.99 / year2.99 euros / month or 29.99 euros / year9.99 euros / month or 99.99 euros / year199.99 euros / month299.99 euros / month
Storage15 GB100 GB200 GB2 TB20 TB30 TB
Expert helpNoYesYesYesYesYes
Advantages for subscribersNoYesYesYesYesYes

Those who have a Google Pixel device They will be able to continue uploading their images in high quality without subtracting Google's 15 GB storage space even after June 1, 2021, when this change is scheduled to take effect.

The rest, on the other hand, will have to decide whether to continue using Photos until they meet the 15 GB limit and go through the box from that moment, or find a free alternative that allows you to keep a backup of your images and videos in the cloud at no additional cost.