If you have been hesitating to purchase cloud storage online for a while, here’s the good news. Google has just made an announcement on dropping their prices for Google Drive’s paid storage plans – Starting from just $1.99/month you get 100GB and $9.99/month for a massive 1TB worth.[[perfectpullquote]]huge difference compared to Dropbox and Microsoft’s OneDrive[/[perfectpullquote]]
This move by Google puts a huge pricing gap when compared to Dropbox and Microsoft’s OneDrive. We are not sure if Google’s even making any profit from this price cut but for them it’s perhaps more crucial to get users using their platform and then monetizing via other channels. For your convenience we have compiled a comparison table, but it’s really a no-brainer if you are looking for online cloud storage. At least for now.
|Google vs Dropbox vs OneDrive Pricing (*Prices in USD in monthly rate)|
|Dropbox||2GB Free||$9.90 for 100GB||$19.99 for 200GB||$49.99 for 500GB|
|Google Drive||15GB Free||$1.99 for 100GB||$9.99 for 1TB||$99.99 for 10TB|
|Microsoft OneDrive||7GB Free||$4.49 for 50GB||$7.49 for 100GB||$11.49 for 200GB|