Google unifies Gmail and Drive storage with 15GB

Google unifies Gmail and Drive storage with 15GB


Google announced on Monday that it will unify the storage between the Gmail and Drive properties. Now, instead of having 10GB free storage in Gmail and another 5GB in Drive, users will have 15GB total to use wherever and however.  In the event you need more storage, Google will offer plans at $4.99/month for 100 GB, and $9.99/month for 200GB.


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  1. Mats
    May 13, 15:01 Reply

    That’s a win for me, as I only have 0.2 GB (!) worth of mail, even tho I’ve been using GMail since like day one.

  2. Martin
    May 13, 15:16 Reply

    It will be interesting to unified Google Music too :)

    • Stephen Unsworth
      May 14, 09:02 Reply

      I don’t think they will.

      The Google Music storage is huge when you think that it’s free..

  3. Arun Sreedhar
    May 14, 13:22 Reply

    Good to have 15GB. There must be an option pay yearly as well like that old plan.

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