Google Drive now offers lower monthly storage plans

Companies and individuals who are relying heavily on Google Drive can now avail higher storage plans at a lower price, starting at $1.99 for a huge 100GB.

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Google Drive now offers lower monthly storage plans starting at $1.99 for 100GB (previously $4.99), $9.99 for 1TB (previously $49.99), and $99.99 for 10TB. 20TB and 30TB storages are also available for $199.99/month and $299.99/month, respectively. For light users, their 15GB remains free.

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The new offer undercuts popular competition like Dropbox’s free 2GB and $9.99/month 100GB, Box’s free 10GB and $5/month 100GB, and OneDrive’s free 7GB and $50/year ($4.17/month) 100GB.

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6 Comments on this Post

  1. phonebuddy

    Good.. but I’m slowly getting away from Google Drive. I found some of my files lately in my computer’s Recycle Bin even if I did not delete it myself. Dropbox and Onedrive I think are better. And I don’t have to pay any penny since Samsung S3 bundled 50GB Dropbox and Surface 2 also gave 200GB of Onedrive for 2 years. Box also gave 50GB for just downloading on BlackBerry Playbook and iOS device.

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  2. Pricing is really great but no thanks! I have 50GB free for life with Box :) Thanks to my old Sony Xperia bundle, lol!

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  3. OneDrive!

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  4. Got 70GB free bundled with HTC One. Still on 35%. Not bad.

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