Skip to content
March 14, 2014

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.

google drive

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.

google drive price_2014

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.

{via} {source}

6 Responses to “Google Drive now offers lower monthly storage plans”

  1. phonebuddy says:

    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.

  2. rockz says:

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

  3. jaybee says:


  4. Bryan says:

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

  5. Finlay says:

    Look around, take your time, bargain hard and then buy….
    This is not just because they are fashionable but also because anyone can come up with a unique idea that others do not have.
    These bracelets can be of gold, silver or even of thread.

  6. Fantastic beat ! I would like to apprentice while
    you amend your site, how could i subscribe for a blog site?
    The account helped me a acceptable deal. I had been tiny bit acquainted of this your broadcast provided bright
    clear idea

Leave a Reply


Written by

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Senior Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

More articles by Louie Diangson :