The Google Drive Subscription billing is migrating to Play Store. The company is planning to bring all the paid services under one spot. Previously, Google has announced that the billing for Google Drive storage will move on to the Play Store in January 2017.
It seems that the migration is true for some of the Google Drive users. The users are even sharing their views and thoughts about the migration on social media. Recently, the company has sent emails for the change in its paid service. Let?s discover the entire story with TheBitBag.
Google?s Email for the Google Drive Migration
Recently, Google has sent an email to its users. The email reads that the company wanted to provide an improved experience to its users. And they are making minor changes in how the users manage their subscription.
Furthermore, it reads that the Google Drive will be using Google Play to process the user’s’ subscription payment. The email even described the activities that uses can conduct once the account will be migrated to the Play Store.
Users Can easily manage their Subscription
The email disclosed that the changes in the subscription process will result into ease for the users. The user can find each and every paid service under one spot i.e. Play Store. The users can easily manage the Google Drive subscription and can continue to access support through the help center. The management of the subscription will be governed by Google Play store.
Google even mentioned that it did not change the pricing of Google Drive. They say that this change will not affect your previous Google drive files either. You can check out your Google account page that if your subscription is migrated to Play store account or not. If not, then you will experience the new system later this month.
You can even use your Google Play credit to buy Google Drive subscription after this change. Stay with TheBitBag for getting more updates on Google Drive.