Google Drive Drops Pricing For Its Cloud Storage Offerings

Cloud storage solutions have proven themselves as a handy tool in storing and transferring different forms of data in today’s well-connected environment. Today, Google has sweetened the deal for its Drive users by slashing a huge amount off its paid packages. After the price cut, the 100GB package will now cost US$1.99 per month from $4.99, the 1TB pack will now cost $4.99 from its $49.99 price tag, while the…



Cloud storage solutions have proven themselves as a handy tool in storing and transferring different forms of data in today’s well-connected environment. Today, Google has sweetened the deal for its Drive users by slashing a huge amount off its paid packages.

After the price cut, the 100GB package will now cost US$1.99 per month from $4.99, the 1TB pack will now cost $4.99 from its $49.99 price tag, while the 10TB pack will start at $100. Those who are already paying for the service will automatically be updated to a better plan at no extra cost.

At the moment, Google offers better options than its competitors. For instance, Dropbox only gives 2GB of storage for free accounts and asks consumers $10 for the 100GB pack. Box on other hand offers slightly better options than Dropbox at 10GB for free accounts and charges $5 for the 100GB pack.

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