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Google slashes prices for Drive monthly plans

The company has dropped the price of paid plans for its cloud storage service.

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Google on Thursday announced that it is dropping the price for access to its cloud storage service.

Fifteen gigabytes are still free, but a monthly plan of 100 gigabytes has dropped to $1.99 from $4.99. One terabyte is now $9.99, down from $49.99, and 10 terabytes and over start at $99.99.

Drive's storage works across products like Docs, and Gmail and Google+ photos. Customers who already pay for service will automatically be moved to one of the new plans.

The company has recently made a push in its productivity services. On Monday, Google announced a bounty program for its enterprise suite of apps, offering a $15 reward to people for every new user they sign up. And on Tuesday, it announced the launch of an add-on store for Google Drive and Sheets.

Correction, 3:53 p.m. PT: An earlier version of this story misstated the monthly price of a terabyte. It is $9.99.