T-Cellular and Google have introduced they’re providing an “exclusive” plan with 500GB of Google One cloud storage for T-Cellular prospects beginning October twelfth. The plan will value $5 per thirty days, the most recent addition in an ongoing partnership between the search large and the cellular service.
Google presents Google One plans in a variety of sizes however, up till this level, didn’t have a 500GB tier, leaping from 200GB for $2.99 per thirty days straight to 2TB for $9.99 per thirty days. Anybody with a Google account will get 15GB totally free, however T-Cellular’s provide may work as a pleasant center floor in case you’ve began to retailer extra of your information in Google Drive and Google Pictures. T-Cellular additionally says the plan could be shared with as much as 5 different folks, whether or not or not they’ve T-Cellular accounts.
T-Cellular and Google first introduced their partnership on the finish of March this 12 months for a set of nonetheless undisclosed monetary phrases. T-Cellular agreed to help Google’s messaging commonplace of selection, RCS, provide Google’s Android Messages because the default messaging app, and push YouTube TV and YouTube Premium by a wide range of completely different offers. On the time, neither firm included a deal to push Google One as T-Cellular’s official backup technique for Android telephones. However lo and behold, on October twelfth, T-Cellular will now have an choice for that, too.
Clients can join the Google One deal by T-Cellular. The corporate says it’ll provide a 30-day free trial earlier than it begins charging $5 per thirty days.