17 March 2014

Google makes Drive cheaper for those who want more than 15 GB

A blog post on March 13 has announced that cloud storage has become a lot cheaper at Google. Google has lowered the price of its monthly storage plans to US$1.99 for 100GB (previously US$4.99), US$9.99 for 1TB (previously $US49.99), and US$99.99 for 10TB, with additional terabytes available as needed. 

The 15 GB plan is free, and the storage is available across Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos.

Source: Google

Users who already pay for storage will be moved to the appropriate improved plan at no additional cost, and can visit the storage purchase page to make a change or review their accounts.


Sign up for one the new Google Drive plans here, or see the Help Center for more information.