Google does not offer unlimited storage for Google Drive as part of its standard plans. The available storage limit depends on the type of Google account you have.
For personal Google accounts, the free tier provides 15 GB of storage that is shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos. If you need more storage, Google offers various paid storage plans with higher capacities, ranging from 100 GB to multiple terabytes.
For Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) accounts, the storage limit varies depending on the subscription plan. The Business Starter plan provides each user with 30 GB of storage, while the Business Standard and Business Plus plans offer 2 TB of storage per user. Enterprise plans provide even larger storage capacities.
It’s worth noting that Google Photos has made changes to its storage policy starting from June 1, 2021. Previously, users could store an unlimited number of high-quality photos and videos for free. However, after the specified date, newly uploaded content counts towards the overall storage limit shared with Google Drive and Gmail for non-Pixel devices. Pixel phone users can still enjoy free unlimited storage for high-quality photos and videos.
It’s important to check Google’s official documentation or visit the Google Drive storage plans page for the most up-to-date information on available storage options and their associated costs.
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