Google has made significant slashes to prices on Google Drive subscriptions. Now additional 100GB and 10TB can be held for $1.99 and $9.99, respectively.

Today, Google has slashed monthly price for extra Google Drive storage. Of course, you will get 15GB for free; and if it is not enough, you can add more at a fairly low price.

In fact, users can now take advantage of additional 100GB for just $1.99 instead of $4.99. However, the most attractive option is definitely 1TB, which now costs $9.99 instead of $49.99. So if 1TB is not enough, there is an option for 10TB or more for $99.99 a month.

The package that you will choose for Google Drive, will also apply to other services like Gmail and Google+ Photos. If you chose the 1TB option, “that’s enough storage for you to take a selfie twice a day for the next 200 years and still have room left over for…”

Google-Drive-monthly-subscription

The changed prices are applicable immediately, and you can buy packages for additional memory from here. With this move, Google has definitely struck a hard blow to other cloud storage services including Dropbox and OneDrive.

You can checkout differences in monthly plans offered by different storage services below.

Google Drive

  • 15GB – Free
  • 100GB – $1.99/month
  • 1TB – $9.99/month
  • 10TB – $99.99/month

Dropbox

  • 2GB – Free
  • 100GB – $99/year or $9.99/month
  • 200GB – $199/year or $19.99/month
  • 500GB – $499/year or $49.99/month

OneDrive

  • 7GB – Free
  • 50GB – $25/year or $4.49/month
  • 100GB – $50/year or $7.49/month
  • 200GB – $100/year or $11.49/month

Copy

  • 15GB – Free
  • 250GB – $99/year or $9.99/month
  • 500GB – $149/year or $14.99/month

Box

  • 10GB – Free
  • 100GB – $10/month

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