How to Buy More Space on Gmail

When we newly set up a Gmail account, Google offers 15 GB of free space. You can easily use this free space across Google Drive, Google Photos, and Gmail.

However, many users find 15 GB of Google storage insufficient for storing content in Google Drive and backing up pictures in Google Photos.

Because that same 15GB of storage is utilized by Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos, it can easily become exhausted.

When exhaustion of Gmail’s email storage occurs, users may notice difficulties in sending and receiving of emails in our mailboxes and spam folders.

To fix the issue of filled storage and prevent running out of space, you have to buy more space on Gmail.


How to Buy More Space on Gmail

A good aspect of Google Plans is the flexibility to pay either annually or monthly to upgrade your storage space.

Google One is a new feature that has been added to Google’s service. This service combines and combines all of Google’s services and products into a single platform.

All other Google services, such as Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos, are controlled and handled by a single tool known as Google One Plan.

Google One has affordable plan and all of them can be set to automatically renew.

There are various payment plans you can use to purchase Google space. Note that you may be charged your local tax rates in addition to the listed price.

How do I get more Gmail space?

  • Login to your Gmail account at gmail.com.
  • Navigate to the end of the page and click the little storage symbol.
  • You’ll be taken to a different page where you may choose to get extra storage.
  • Pick the best plan for you and tap the “Buy Now” button on the price page.
  • Accept the terms of service by clicking “agree.”
  • Use a debit or credit card by clicking the Add Credit or Debit Card button.
  • Click “Save” after entering your credit or debit card information.
  • You have successfully purchased additional Gmail storage.

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Additional Gmail storage costs

Google gives all users 15GB of Gmail storage free of charge. If you want to upgrade your storage to over 15GB, you will have to pay:

  • 100GB for $1.99 per month
  • 200GB for $ 2.99 per month
  • 2TB for $9.99 per month
  • 10TB for $99.99 per month
  • 20TB for $199.99 per month
  • 30TB for $ 299.99 per month

The pricing of Gmail cloud storage is more affordable compared to other cloud storage options. This storage space can be used to store files in Google Drive, emails in Gmail, and pictures and videos in Google Photos.

The table below will give you the full gist of Gmail cloud storage pricing and costs.

Storage Space Monthly Price 
15 GB Free
100 GB $ 1.99/month
200 GB $ 2.99/month
10 TB $ 9.99/month
20 TB $ 9.99/month
30 TB $ 9.99/month

Gmail charges a monthly fee for additional storage. Unless you update your payment preferences, your subscription plan will auto renew.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Buying More Space on Gmail 

Is there a way to increase my Gmail space?

Yes, you can boost your Gmail space at any time. To do so, you’ll need to buy extra Gmail storage through Google One.

We covered a simple way of purchasing more Gmail storage space in the article.

When my Gmail storage is filled, what should I do?

When your Gmail account fills up, you have two options for freeing up space. One, you can delete files that are no longer needed, and the second is that you can purchase additional Gmail space from the Google One plan to boost your storage space.

How can I buy extra Gmail space?

With Google One, you can purchase more storage space from Gmail. I’ve outlined the methods for purchasing additional Gmail storage:

  • Login to your Gmail account at gmail.com.
  • Navigate to the end of the page and click the little storage symbol.
  • You’ll be taken to a different page where you may choose to get extra storage.
  • Pick the best plan for you and tap the “Buy Now” button on the price page.
  • Accept the terms of service by clicking “agree.”
  • Use a debit or credit card by clicking the Add Credit or Debit Card button.
  • Click “Save” after entering your credit or debit card information.
  • You have successfully purchased additional Gmail storage.

The instructions below will help you clean out your Gmail Inbox:

  • Head to your Gmail account and sign in.
  • Navigate to your Inbox in Gmail.
  • Tick the checkbox in the top bar to select all of the emails.
  • Select Move to Trash from the drop-down menu.

You have completed the cleaning of your Gmail inbox.

Is it true that deleting emails frees up space?

Yes, removing emails saves space but if the email size is low enough, then you will end up freeing up a small portion of the entire storage space.

You should also clear out the saved files in Google Drive and Google Photos to save space.

You can purchase extra Gmail storage if you don’t want to clear or erase any emails or files.

Is it possible for Gmail to run out of space?

When your inbox gets filled up, Gmail will have no space. It can also occur if you have plenty of files in your Google Drive or if you have plenty of videos and images in your Google Photos.

 

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