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Google slashes cloud storage fees

14
Mar
2014

The search giants decision could lead to a price war as its new rates significantly undercut those of closest direct rival Dropbox. The cuts are huge and mean that 100GB of cloud storage now only costs $1.99 a month, down from $4.99 a month and a whole Terabyte of space is yours for a monthly subscription of $9.99 — it was $49.99. One of the things that has helped Dropbox become so successful and so popular so quickly is that it is platform agnostic with apps for iOS and Android as well as desktop and of course, its simple to use. However, Google Drive comes with the first 15GB free of charge and works seamlessly across the companys other web services such as its Drive productivity apps, Gmail and Google+ photos, making it an obvious choice for Android device users who want to keep things like photos and music off their handsets and that want access to documents on the go.

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