Google lowballs Google Drive storage pricing


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Google lowballs Google Drive storage pricing

March 14, 2014

By: JR Moore


After shaking up the cloud storage game almost 2 years ago, Google is about to do it again. Today on their blog, Google announced new pricing for Google Drive.

You can still have the free 15GB of storage as usual, but now the 100GB option is now only $1.99 a month (used to be $4.99). The 1 TB option has dropped significantly as well now $49.99 previously $9.99. The ungodly amount of 10 TB of online storage is now $99.99. This significantly undercuts both Dropbox and OneDrive, Google's biggest competition.

For families who love to share pictures or if you are colaborating on something, grabbing 10 gigs for a few bucks wouldn't be a bad deal. Will this entice you to use cloud storage more often? Leave it in the comments below.

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JR Moore is the Former Chief Editor at TechRaptor. When he's not living life, he's connected to an Xbox, a phone or tablet checking out the latest and greatest.

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