Google Drive's grandfathered 20GB plan price drops from $5 a year to free

By geezywap at 2019-05-23 • 0 collector • 407 pageviews

Google Drive has stopped offering a $5 annual subscription for 20GB of cloud storage. As a result, Google has told plan holders that the cache will be grandfathered to their accounts, free of charge.

Web designer Hieu Do posted the message they received from the company on the Google Drive subreddit:

A few other Redditors confirmed that Google had also made their 20GB blocks free. Japanese users who paid 580 yen for the storage were also covered with the move.

SOURCE: androidpolice.como

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