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# 142507 15-Mar-2014 09:41
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Just received

Changes to your Google storage plan 

We’re contacting you because you currently pay for additional storage across Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ photos, and we wanted to let you know that we just launched new and improved storage plans. We'll automatically adjust your plan by 11 April 2014 to give you a lower rate for the same amount of storage. Your current plan is:

100 GB for $4.99 USD per month Your new plan will be:

100 GB for $1.99 USD per month No action is required, but you can select a different plan at any time.


Great stuff.

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  # 1006033 15-Mar-2014 09:52
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Was looking at this last night. Not too shabby. Be interesting to see if the other players (OneDrive, Dropbox etc) follow.



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  # 1006034 15-Mar-2014 09:53
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BigHammer: Was looking at this last night. Not too shabby. Be interesting to see if the other players (One Drive, Dropbox etc) follow.


Well its so cheap now I could not actually care if there are other players in the market ..

Google now needs a backup service. Maybe they will buy Crashplan. 



 
 
 
 


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  # 1006035 15-Mar-2014 10:01
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Can you set Google Drive to appear as a hard drive in your system?

 

 

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  # 1006037 15-Mar-2014 10:03
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BigHammer: Was looking at this last night. Not too shabby. Be interesting to see if the other players (OneDrive, Dropbox etc) follow.


Sounds good, but not good enough for the hassles of trying to move 76GB out of Dropbox and onto Google. Unless they have some sort of migration tool that allows me to move directly from Dropbox to Google without it all having to come back down & up my ADSL1 connection.




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  # 1006055 15-Mar-2014 10:59
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SaltyNZ:
BigHammer: Was looking at this last night. Not too shabby. Be interesting to see if the other players (OneDrive, Dropbox etc) follow.


Sounds good, but not good enough for the hassles of trying to move 76GB out of Dropbox and onto Google. Unless they have some sort of migration tool that allows me to move directly from Dropbox to Google without it all having to come back down & up my ADSL1 connection.


I moved 300GB from Dropbox to Amazon S3 this week (using a backup program on Mac called Arq to handle the automation).

Somewhat painless with a fibre connection :)

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  # 1006058 15-Mar-2014 11:04
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myfullflavour: 
Somewhat painless with a fibre connection :)


DAMN YOU :-P




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# 1006091 15-Mar-2014 12:03
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Is Google Drive data zero rated with Snap's Google/Youtube monthly add on?



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  # 1006156 15-Mar-2014 13:34
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gmball: Is Google Drive data zero rated with Snap's Google/Youtube monthly add on?


considering most google services are included, quite possibly.. my Gdrive is stored on my ssd though, so never actually tried it..

i have noticed in the past, uploads to youtube can be hit and miss if they count or not.




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