Google announced on Thursday a significant reduction in prices for its cloud storage service, the Google Drive. Now users pay only $ 2 per month for 100 GB of storage, or $ 10 per month for 1 TB of space, about $ 23.
All competitors offer free space. In Dropbox, for the same $ 10 / ms, the user has only 100GB of storage. This space costs on OneDrive $ 7.50 monthly. Still, nearly four times more expensive than Google's service.
Price changes are starting today and should force competitors to reevaluate their offers. Check out all Google Drive plans here.
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