Google Drive provides users with up to 15GB of cloud storage for free. If you need more space for your files, you’ll have to pay for it… but now you’ll have to pay a lot less than before.

Google has announced major price cuts for its cloud storage service.

Google Drive storage space

Users can now get 100GB of Google Drive space for $1.99 per month. Google has previously charged $4.99.

Need more space? You can get 1TB of cloud storage for $9.99 per month, which is down from $49.99.

Still not enough? Google’s offering 10TB for $99.99 per month, 20TB for $199.99 per month, and 30TB for $299.99.

Paid storage can be used for Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos.

You can also still get 100GB of free drive space for 2 years when you buy a new Chromebook. But with the new plans, that’s $47.76 value rather than a $119.76 value.

Competitor Dropbox charges $9.99 per month for 100GB of cloud storage while Box offers 100GB for $5 per month or 1TB for $15 per month.

Or you could put your trust in a Chinese company that offers up to 10TB of free cloud storage space.

You can choose your Google Drive service plan by visiting the Google Storage settings page.


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9 replies on “Google Drive cloud storage price cut: 1TB for $10/month”

  1. Wish they’d offer in increments as well. Big jump from 100GB to 1TB. 500GB would be nice!

  2. Google will offer the cheapest storage available just so they can analyze more of your data!

  3. That’s more like it! I’ve being saying Google Drive is way overpriced for ages.

  4. That’s pretty good pricing. OneDrive was the closest competitor to Google Drive in terms of pricing and space. It used to be cheaper than GDrive with 7GB free (25GB for very old users), 50GB for $25, 100GB for $50 and 200GB for $100.

    Looks like Google just doubled their price per GB compared to Microsoft’s offer, although the jump from 100 GB to 1TB pricing tier is pretty huge. I wonder why they don’t offer a 200GB or 500GB plan. I also wonder if Microsoft, Dropbox and Box will respond in any way.

    1. Yeah, shame the 200GB level is gone..that would be just about perfect for me.

    2. Still far from chinese free cloud storage spaces (weiyun 10TB, 2TB….) and google drive is really slow. At least dropbox has a nice interface, that’s not the case of Google drive.

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