Google just made its cloud storage more affordable (and confusing)

May 14, 2018 Napier Lopez


Google just slashed the prices off of Drive’s paid cloud storage plans. In the process, it also introduced a new storage product that just makes the whole shindig more confusing. Say hello to Google One. Up until now, Google Drive represented your available storage across your Google account, including Photos, Gmail, and whathaveyou. Google gives you 15GB of storage for free, but if you want more space, you have to pay up. Current Google Drive plans are as follows: 100 GB: $1.99/mo 1 TB: $9.99/mo 10 tB: $99.99/mo 20 TB: $199.99/mo 30 TB: $299.99/mo Now those paid storage plans are…

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