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Google One reaches 100 million subscribers and already has AI

Google One has reached a notable milestone of 100 million subscribers. Sundar Pichai, head of Google, announced this news through a message published on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

The idea of Google One is to offer a subscription bringing together several services. For example, we have online storage, additional editing features in Google Photos, access to a VPN, sharing between different users and monitoring of the dark web.

The most basic plan costs €1.99/month or €19.99/year with 100GB of storage. There is also an offer with 2 TB that costs €9.99/month or €99.99/year. Another subscription is AI Premium, a plan that was revealed last Thursday and costs €21.99/month, and as its name suggests, it is a plan that relies on artificial intelligence.

Subscription provides access to Gemini Advanced and Gemini in Google Workspace, which includes options to help you write in Gmail, organize in Google Slides, and more.
100 million Google One subscribers

Sundar Pichai raises this point precisely in his message. “We just passed the 100 million Google One subscriber mark! We’re excited to build on this momentum with our new AI Premium plan, which offers AI features like Gemini Advanced, as well as Gemini in Gmail, Docs, and more to come.”

This announcement of Google One’s 100 million subscriber milestone comes just days after it was announced that YouTube Premium and YouTube Music had reached the same milestone.



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