Google Photos offers unlimited memory for T-Mobile users

T-Mobile has revived the popular Google Photos unlimited memory plan for its subscribers. This feature was discontinued by Google last year.

mobile tee Google Photos’ unlimited memory plan for its subscribers revived a year after Google suspended it. One of the best gifts for Pixel device owners was the unlimited storage of photos and videos in Google Photos. However, in November 2020, the company announced that the feature would be discontinued from June 1, 2021. Despite protests from many users, Google canceled the offer as planned and it is no longer available on newer Pixel devices. Like the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

T-Mobile is one of the top three wireless operators in the US, along with Verizon and AT&T. It prides itself on its ‘Uncarrier’ identity and offers a number of distinctive features and designs that set it apart from its two biggest competitors. In addition, the company often offers cash to gain more subscribers, including a tempting offer last year when it offered a year-long free Paramount+ subscription to all of its wireless and residential postpaid Internet subscribers.

T-Mobile has announced that it will offer unlimited photo and video storage on Google Photos as part of a new Google One subscription option for its users. The program offers three plans, including a $5 per month plan with 500 GB of storage and a $10 per month plan with 2 TB of storage. The unlimited option for Google Photos is part of the third plan with a tag of $15 per month. As T-Mobile explained, the plan gives users unlimited space for all photos and videos in full resolution and uncompressed. There will be 2 extra bytes of total memory for Gmail and Google Drive.

Exclusive offer for T-Mobile customers

Google Photos offers unlimited memory for T Mobile users.5

Google One plans start at $1.99 per month for 100GB of cloud storage, while the 200GB plan costs $2.99. In addition, the company offers a 2TB plan for R$9.99 per month for those who want more memory. The higher plan also offers other benefits, such as 10% Google Store credit with every purchase, plus a free VPN for Android and iOS. The $15 plan, which offers unlimited photo and video storage, is exclusive to T-Mobile subscribers.

While 2TB is more than enough for most regular users, Google allows people to share their Google One subscriptions with up to five other people. Up to six people share 2TB of memory, it can run out relatively quickly, so unlimited extra memory is a big plus. That said, the feature is only available to the primary account holder, meaning anyone who shares a Google One account can upload their full-resolution media to Google’s servers for $15 a month as part. mobile teeThe latest schedule.

Source: La Neta Neta