Around this time last year, Google ended its free unlimited cloud storage. To the joy of some users, the option is now back! But for the rest of us, there’s a major catch that could make it impossible to get the unlimited Google storage again.
As Photofocus reports, T-Mobile customers will soon be able to add unlimited cloud storage to their Google accounts. Starting from 26 April, it will be a part of a Google One plan that offers 2TB plus unlimited Google Photos storage.
As you could probably assume, this option will be paid extra. In my opinion, it’s not even cheap – it will cost you $15 a month. Still, it’s currently the only way to get unlimited Google Photos storage, so it could actually be handy and worth the money to some of you.
A new tier of Google One cloud storage plan is coming – exclusive to T-Mobile customers! @TMobile customers can get unlimited storage for photos and videos in Google Photos + 2 TB of cloud storage for just $15/month, starting April 26. More details: https://t.co/YlliJiDFH5 pic.twitter.com/q9f2Aj1GzN
— T-Mobile Newsroom (@tmobilenews) April 12, 2022
But what about the rest of us who don’t even have T-Mobile in their country (yup, that would be me)? Or those who simply don’t want to pay extra for unlimited Google storage? Where, there certainly are some alternatives to look into, many of which are pretty affordable, too.