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Google Increases Online Storage Limit, Drops the Prices

A couple of years ago, Google announced its new online storage plans, which allowed users to upload more photos, save more emails and more. And I have to tell you, when I paid the $20 way back then to get 6 GB more of storage, I thought life couldn't get any better.

Well now, Google has just announced some pretty amazing storage plans that make it even easier to back up all of your photos, documents. . . and you don't have to worry about cleaning out your inbox (although I do encourage you to do so anyways!). So now with my $20 a year, I can get 80 GB worth of storage — magical I tell ya.

To see a chart with all of the new (and old!) storage prices, just


2007 6 GB $20 / year
25 GB $75 / year
100 GB $250 / year
250 GB $500 / year
2009 20 GB $5 / year
80 GB $20 / year
400 GB $100 / year
1 TB $256 / year
80 GB $20 / year
80 GB $20 / year

Go here if you'd like to purchase a new storage plan!

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