Google Cuts the Price of Drive Cloud Storage, Starting at 15GB for Free

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Still in shock from the price increase of Amazon Prime this morning? Google has your back. Today the company announced that it is decreasing the price of having your cloud storage through its service. You can now get 100GB of Google Drive storage for only $1.99 a month. 

All Google accounts get 15GB of free space when they use Drive, but all of the other tiers have been lowered in price. 1TB of cloud storage will only run you $9.99 per month, and if you need a ridiculous amount of space, 100TB and up starts at $99.99.

Just for a bit of reference on how much 1TB of storage is, Google explains it as “enough storage for you to take a selfie twice a day for the next 200 years and still have room left over for… shall we say… less important things.”

Current Drive users who already have a storage plan will be “automatically” moved to these new prices. If you haven’t signed up yet, hit the link below to get more storage space in your life.

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Via: Google



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