Last year, when Google Drive was unveiled by Google as an alternative solution to SkyDrive(7 GB free), Dropbox(2 GB, up to 16 GB free with referrals), and various other online storage options, it gave Google users another way to take advantage of their free Google features and add one more bit of functionality to their online experience. Since then, we have enjoyed a free 5 GB of space for files and photos, apart from the 10 GB allocated for the free email service, Gmail. A few days ago, Google announced that they would be combining the space of all the free Google features, to a whopping 15GB allocated for Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos.
The combining of the space seeks to be a good boost to certain users. Heavy Gmail users will have their space increased by 5GB if they don't take use of Drive and Google+ Photos. If you're a heavy Google Drive user, and are running low on space and barely use your Gmail account, you will be getting a 10 GB boost to your online storage space. Either way, everyone wins.visit the storage purchase page.