Find out how much Google will charge to use the storage of your Gmail emails this June 1


Google It will begin to modify its conditions of use on June 1 and, if you have exceeded the space limit in your Gmail mailbox or in Google Drive, it will charge you for using more storage in your cloud.

Currently Google offers to all users who use Google Photos, Google Drive and Gmail around 15 GB. In case you go over the limit, the Mountain View company will send you a message indicating that you need more space.

Each user can decide if they want to purchase more storage in the cloud. Otherwise, you simply have to start deleting photos, videos, documents, among others.

How much can you pay per month for space in Google? If you save your images and even your WhatsApp conversations on Google Drive, here we will tell you how much the company will start charging you from June 1.


  • If you want to have 15 GB on Google, it is totally free.
  • In case you exceed the 15 GB limit, you will be offered the 100 GB plan which has a price of 6.49 soles per month or, failing that, 64.99 soles per year.
Learn about all Google plans to get more storage in the cloud.  (Photo: Google)
Learn about all Google plans to get more storage in the cloud. (Photo: Google)
  • If you want more space, you can opt for 200 GB, the same one that costs 9.99 soles per month or 99.99 soles per year.
  • Finally, another pack is the 2 TB one, this one costs 32.49 soles; while the annual is 324.99 soles.

If you choose any of the three, payment will be made using your credit and debit card. In case you want to get more storage for a year, you can cancel it before the 365 days are up to avoid another charge.