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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 16:15

Google combines Gmail, Google+ and Drive free storage

Written by Slobodan Simic



Gives 15GB across all services

Google has decided to combine the free storage of its Gmail, Google+ and Google Drive into a single 15GB serving rather than 10GB of Gmail and Google+ and 5GB for Drive earlier.

For some users this might be a good thing as most will not use 15GB of e-mail storage but will surely welcome additional 10GB on the Google Drive. Google Drive got another feature that shows how much space are you actually using on each of the services and changes will be implemented in next few weeks.

Bussines customers will be offered 30GB of unified storage. Of course, when 15GB is not enough, Google will gladly offer 100GB of additional storage for US $5 per month, all the way up to US $800 for 16TB.



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