Google has cut the monthly cost of online storage on Google Drive today. While any Google Drive user receives 15GB free, for a $1.99 a month, they can bump that up to 100GB. That amount of storage formerly ran $4.99 per month. 1TB of storage will likely appeal to most users, as it now runs a mere $9.99 per month, down from $49.99.
The 1TB of storage deal also allows you use it for other Google services, such as Google+ Photos. Google notes that 1TB of storage would be enough “to take a selfie twice a day for the next 200 years and still have room left over.” If you think you might take more than that, say 20 selfies per day for 200 years, more storage is available. The 10TB tier will run users $99.99 per month, with increases or 10TB per month above that costing another $100 on top of the previous level.
The pricing change is in force as of today, and you can view the storage plans here.