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After YouTube Premium, this Google service crosses 100 million milestone: What company CEO Sundar Pichai has to say – Times of India



Google said last week that YouTube Music and YouTube Premium have reached the 100 million subscriber milestone. Now the company CEO Sundar Pichai has announced that Google One – a subscription service that provides expanded cloud storage – has also crossed 100 million subscribers.
“We just crossed 100M Google One subscribers! Looking forward to building on that momentum with our new AI Premium Plan (launched yesterday) offering AI features like Gemini Advanced, plus Gemini in Gmail, Docs + more coming soon,” Pichai said in a post on X (formerly Twitter).

In India, Google One is a subscription service that offers expanded cloud storage. It is offered in four options:

  • Basic (100GB/ Rs 130 per month)
  • Standard (200GB/ Rs 210 per month)
  • Premium (2TB/ Rs 650 per month)
  • Premium (5TB/ Rs 1,625 per month)

The timing of the announcement couldn’t have been great as it comes soon after Google announced an all-new AI Premium Plan that starts at Rs 1,950 per month and offers 2TB storage, access to Bard Advanced as well as other Google One benefits.
Google Gemini renaming and Gemini Advanced
At the launch of Gemini Advanced, Google also announced that Bard is getting renamed to Gemini. Gemini Advanced is powered by Google’s most capable AI model, Gemini Ultra 1.0, which is said to be more capable at reasoning, following instructions, coding and creative collaboration.
It also offers upgraded performance, and can understand, explain and generate high-quality code in several programming languages. Thirdly, Gemini Advanced is designed for highly complex tasks and it can quickly understand and respond to a diverse set of inputs — including text, images and code.





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