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Google slashes Google Drive storage pricing, offers 1TB for $9.99

14
Mar
2014

Google is cutting the monthly cost of extra storage for Google Drive today. Users always receive 15GB for free, but they can now jump up to 100GB for $1.99, down from the previous price of $4.99. Any storage you buy for Google Drive also goes towards other Google services including Gmail and Google+ Photos. Or, using Googles own example, choosing the terabyte option would allow you to take a selfie twice a day for the next 200 years and still have room left over. If you somehow need more than that, tiers offering 10TB and up start at $99. Google is undercutting Dropbox significantly with the move;

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