Back in November, Google announced that they will be killing off its free, unlimited photos storage. This meant that users who wanted to backup their photos to the cloud would have to either keep it below the free storage that Google provides by default, or purchase additional storage.

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Google’s storage plans are actually pretty reasonable, but in case you want more storage but don’t want to pay too much for it, you might want to check out Verizon’s cloud storage service. The company has recently announced the launch of their own cloud storage service where it is offered in three different tiers.

The most basic tier, priced at $6 a month, will include 600GB of storage and will be limited to one user and one phone. The next tier is priced at $15 a month and gives 2TB of storage and is available to be shared by up to five people and can be used on unlimited devices. The highest tier, priced at $20 a month, will offer the same thing but will come with unlimited storage.

We’re not sure how many people would actually need unlimited storage, but admittedly $20 a month for supposed unlimited storage does seem rather attractive, especially for professionals who might take a lot of photos and videos at higher resolutions.

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