T-Mobile offering exclusive Google One plan at $5/month


A recent report shared news that T-Mobile will soon be offering its postpaid and business customers a Google One subscription plan. 

This will be a T-Mobile-exclusive plan and will include 500GB of shared family storage for $5 per month. The offer will be available to customers with less than 12 lines. 

As of this writing, Google One offers plans that include 100GB up to 30TB of storage space. Comparing this with the T-Mobile-exclusive plan, Google One has a 200GB plan that costs $2.99 per month. The next plan up is a $9.99 per month plan that comes with 2TB of storage space. 

As part of its partnership with Google, T-Mobile will be offering the first month of service of this plan to customers for free. After that, customers will be billed $5 per month in their T-Mobile postpaid account. 

Unfortunately, the plan is not eligible to Sprint plan customers. But T-Mobile will be offering them an exclusive 3-month trial through T-Mobile Tuesdays app starting September 7th. Meanwhile, the new Google One plan will be available to customers starting September 1st.


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  • ZemoStyle

    Cool but my entire archive of family videos and pics are 2tb

    • AA-Ron

      That’s the first thing I thought. $5 for only 500gb that you need timeshare amongst family? Should be at least 1 TB

  • Jake Fitzpatrick

    I pay for the 200GB plan right now. So getting the plan through T-Mobile would be a reasonably cost-effective option for a lot more storage.

    • dcmanryan

      I have the same plan and will also upgrade. $2 for 300 gb is a nice deal.

  • marque2

    Doesn’t seem like that much of a deal when two terabytes is only 9.99 a month.

  • aLdo

    Um ill just keep using my external 4 terabyte drive. Don’t need my photos hacked also

    • dcmanryan

      That works but I’d keep a back up if possible. For as little money as cloud services are I gave up backing up my own stuff and pay both Apple and Google and if I’m hacked the internet is going to see thousands of pics of a Mini Australian Shepherd so I’m not to worried.

  • Kirk Smith

    Another slap in the face offer from T-Mobile. What’s this the 5th high profile data breach in 4 years?! I think T-Mobile should offer everyone affected a f**king excellent phone upgrade offer. This is T-Mobile’s fault and they need to offer their customers something meaningful, not the crappy google cloud offer or the junky McAfee identity protection. Mike Sievert, are you listening?!!!!!