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Google increases storage!

DPic [PersonRank 10]

Wednesday, November 11, 2009
8 years ago2,175 views

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Luka [PersonRank 10]

8 years ago #

Nice! My 1 $ account is better and better each year!

See blogoscoped.com/archive/2007-0 ... to see why 1 $!

Tony Ruscoe [PersonRank 10]

8 years ago #

> My 1 $ account is better and better each year!

Actually, it's not. Originally, the lowest plan was $20 for 6GB, which was later increased to 20GB. That was a good deal as the amount of storage was increased without changing the cost, meaning we were paying $19 less than other users who had purchased 20GB. Right now, we're only paying $4 less, so the saving just got worse...

Edit: Actually, forget what I said. I've just realised the storage has doubled as it was previously 10GB. Oops...

Roger Browne [PersonRank 10]

8 years ago #

Interestingly there's discount for buying the biggest packages. All of the prices are exactly $1 per 4GB of annual storage.

Robert Hedges [PersonRank 1]

8 years ago #

Internet Coup/Google Searchable

mbegin [PersonRank 10]

8 years ago #

Yeah I saw this last night and I was actually a little disappointed. I was hoping for a free storage upgrade soon with maybe a GDrive release ;)

I wish they would have just merged our Gmail, Picasa, Docs storage into one 7GB+ tank. That way if you don't pay for extra storage, you could at least use your "Gmail storage" for other Google Services. I guess it could still happen, but we'll see...

Mrrix32 [PersonRank 10]

8 years ago #

+1 for mbegin's idea (pretty sure I'd mentioned that before :P) but the cheaper storage does make me more tempted to buy more, and probably will when GDrive launches.

Nick [PersonRank 0]

8 years ago #

80 Gb .. whow!

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

8 years ago #

Gmail's free size is 7390.484418 Mb now...

Hey please add a snippet from Google blog posts listed.

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