It has now been several months since Google ended unlimited photo storage on Google Photos, a feature that was very popular with the Android community. It is now making a comeback, but not for everyone.
Abandoned since 1is June 2021, unlimited storage on Google Photos allowed Android smartphone users to not have to worry about their backups, since everything was stored in the cloud unlimitedly. However, since that date, users had to turn to other options to back up their photosincluding Google One. Recently, it was WhatsApp that also dropped its unlimited storage system for backups.
Google One gives you cloud storage for a pretty competitive pricesince it offers 200 GB for 2.99 euros per month, 2 TB for 9.99 euros, 10 TB for 99.99 euros and 20 TB for 199.99 euros. To the delight of some users, Google has just decided to include its storage subscription on a mobile operator’s plans.
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T-Mobile is the first to offer unlimited storage on Google Photos
From April 26customers of the American operator T-Mobile will be able to subscribe to an option including two terabytes of Google One storage and unlimited original resolution storage in Google Photos for $15 more per month. The existing two-terabyte Google One plan, open to everyone, costs $10 a month, which means unlimited photo storage on top of that won’t cost you only five extra dollars.
While many people will have more than enough space for their photos and videos with 2TB, some enthusiasts may need more, especially if they take a lot of photos or videos on the higher-end Android smartphones. range. In effect, 8K videos for 108MP photos can quickly saturate your storage space.
For the moment, it is not known exactly when this new option will be deployed on T-Mobile plans, but it should arrive “soon”, according to the operator. It is hoped that Google will not be satisfied with its partnership with T-Mobile and will also allow other operators to take advantage of it.