The cloud storage niche is becoming increasingly competitive and all players are doing whatever they can to stay ahead of their rivals. One of the main aspects is price, and this is where companies can get creative and show everyone that they’re on the offense. Google stepped into the market as well almost two years back, and Google Drive is now one of the widely used cloud storage services. Crediting new infrastructure developments that now enable it to offer more for less, the company today announced that Google Drive pricing is being revised.
To all users, new and old, Google Drive offers 15GB of cloud storage for free. Prices have been lowered across the board for all monthly additional storage plans. Previously subscribers had to pay $4.99 per month for 100GB of storage, this has been reduced to $1.99. Price for 1TB is down from $49.99 per month to $9.99. Prices for 10TB or higher packages start at $99.99 per month.
Subscribers who are already paying for additional storage on Google Drive will automatically be moved to a better plan. Those willing to sign up now can do so from here. At any time, subscribers can visit the storage purchase page to review or make changes to their accounts.