This morning, Google Drive finally launched, and for about 30 minutes the pricing structure inconsistencies had me scratching my head. The blog post mentioned a new pricing scheme, with “25GB for $ 2.49/month, 100GB for $ 4.99/month or even 1TB for $ 49.99/month” and yet the storage upgrade page continued to list old prices – +20GB for $ 5 a year, and so on, which was much cheaper than the new offerings.
I quickly jumped into the $ 5 plan to see if it works on Google Drive storage limits, and to my surprise it did:
Now I was completely confused. Is the blog post wrong?
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