Exclusive Cloud Storage Plan of T-Mobile and Google

T-Mobile is the brand name of the mobile communications subsidiaries of the German telecommunications company named Deutsche Telekom AG. This brand is very active in countries like the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Poland, and the United States. Recently, T-Mobile and Google announced that they had introduced an entire plan of Google One cloud storage having a capacity of 500GB for the T-Mobile customers from the 12th of October onwards. The plan costs just $5 per month.  


Google has introduced many Google One plans in different sizes but hasn’t introduced a 500GB plan. Generally, a 15GB space is offered free of charge for anyone who has a Google Account. As explained by T-Mobile, users can share this exclusive plan of 500GB with their friends/family up to five other people. The five people you choose to share your space shouldn’t have T-Mobile accounts to engage with the space you share with them. The partnership between T-Mobile and Google was first announced at the end of March this year. In this partnership agreement, T-Mobile agreed to support Google’s messaging standard of choice, RCS, offer Google’s Android Messages as the default app for messaging and push YouTube TV and YouTube Premium through various deals. Customers are allowed to sign up for the Google One deal via T-Mobile, and T-Mobile further declared that they would offer a 30-day trial period which is entirely free for the users before they need to pay $5 per month for the exclusive plan. This plan is beneficial for the people as it allows substantial storage space to store whatever they want safely. Since the price is also very reasonable for this exclusive plan, an assumption could be made that people would love to experience this exclusive feature with T-Mobile and Google. 

So that’s it for today’s hot tech news, folks! We shall meet soon with another exciting update!

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