Amazon and Google Lower Fees for Cloud Storage

Back in January I reviewed My Cloud, a private cloud storage option with a 3 TB capacity. This works great for our family—but it may not be the best option for a business or church. Sometimes, the convenience of allowing a public service to maintain, back-up, and secure your data in the cloud is the better alternative.

And thankfully, now a few months later, both Amazon and Google have dramatically lowered their monthly storage fees. Just thought I’d share in case anyone is interested, click-through for more information:

Google Drive Pricing







Amazon Glacier Pricing

$0.01 per gigabyte of storage per month. (Around $10.00 a month for 1 TB.)

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Author:Clare Zajicek

Clare Zajicek is a Catholic wife, mom, and Marketing professional working in the Milwaukee area.
  • Brad West

    Drive has gotten a lot better too. The original UI was kind of a mess. Not seeing the benefit of Dropbox anymore. The price for Drive is great too.

  • Craig Berry

    Just started using Amazon S3 last week. Bit of a pain to set up, but I qualified for their 1-yr Free Tier and it looks dirt cheap after that.

    Alot of the site I build use plugins that offer hooking into Amazon S3. I prefer that route rather than dumping everything into my 100GB Dropbox plan (which is almost 50% full now).

  • Craig Berry

    Should probably point out about Glacier. It’s pretty cool, but it’s definitely designed for long-term ‘archival’ purposes. Again, dirt cheap, but if you need to pull stuff out you get hit with some minor access charges.

  • Claire Danes

    With the escalating storage of data, people are looking for reliable backup option. So, i think cloud storage is best and potent backup service. Choose best cloud storage service and secure your data.

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