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Dropbox doubles capacity, not prices

Dropbox, the most popular consumer online storage service, announced Tuesday that it will be doubling the capacity of its PRO plans, without changing the rates. This will become the absolute twice cheaper than before. The company is also now offering a new 500GB service plan.

It seems to be a really good gift, but don’t be fooled, this surprising generosity is only a set of alignment to compete against the similar services offered by the giants like Google and Microsoft.

Dropbox’s service plans begin with 2GB of free storage, available for all. The New Dropbox Pro plan now comes in 100GB for $9.99 per month or $99 per year, and the 200GB plan will be $19.99 per month or $199 per year. The company also announced that existing Pro users can get a free three-month Pro 100 trial that friends or family can use.

Since time immemorial (2008), folks have been asking us for a bigger Dropbox. We’ve heard from architects with giant drafting files and photographers with huge portfolios, but mostly we hear from families who have more than 100GB of photos, docs and videos,” Dropbox stated in a blogpost. “And now that Dropbox can automatically upload your photos from just about any camera or phone, everyone’s adding tons of pictures and videos to Dropbox every day.”

 
 
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