Google has cut the price of Google Drive storage effective immediately. You can now get a whole terabyte for just 10 dollars a month.
The prices have been cut across all tiers. Now 10TB is $100/month, 100GB is $2, and 15GB is still free.
Before the price drop, Google Drive was close in price to the other cloud storage providers, but now it’s distinctly cheaper. For example, Dropbox charges $99.99 per year for 100GB of storage. Microsoft’s recently renamed OneDrive is also more expensive at $12.49 per month for 200GB.
Drive works across a range of Google’s service including Gmail and Google+. With the 1TB plan you could upload two pictures each day for 200 years and still have some left over. A 10TB plan would give you enough space to store about 1,000 1080p Blu-ray quality movies in the cloud.
You can sign up for one of these new Google Drive plans at www.google.com/settings/storage. If you already pay for storage, you’ll automatically move to a better plan at no additional cost. You can visit the storage purchase page to make a change or review your account, and see the Help Center for more information on these simpler storage options.