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…”
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.
- 15GB – Free
- 100GB – $1.99/month
- 1TB – $9.99/month
- 10TB – $99.99/month
- 2GB – Free
- 100GB – $99/year or $9.99/month
- 200GB – $199/year or $19.99/month
- 500GB – $499/year or $49.99/month
- 7GB – Free
- 50GB – $25/year or $4.49/month
- 100GB – $50/year or $7.49/month
- 200GB – $100/year or $11.49/month
- 15GB – Free
- 250GB – $99/year or $9.99/month
- 500GB – $149/year or $14.99/month
- 10GB – Free
- 100GB – $10/month