Google’s cloud services set to get expensive from October

Google cloud the cloud computing services offered by Google is set to get expensive from October the company announced.

This will affect the major core services provided by Google cloud-like storage, computing and networking.

In a statement, Sachin Gupta Vice president and GM of Google’s cloud Infrastructure said: ” While the customers may see an increase in their bill we’re also introducing new options for some services to better align with usage which could lower some customers’ bill”.

He also added that “We’re working directly with customers to help them understand which charges may impact them directly.

Other charges will raise prices on certain products. Ultimately our goal is to provide more flexible pricing models and options for how customers are using our cloud services”.

Google Cloud class A services will double from $0.10 per 10,000 to $0.20, although some lower-cost options will also be added.

Google also said, “Customers under existing commit contracts with floating or fixed discount will not face any charges until renewal.”