OneDrive gives you more storage – we compare it to Dropbox, Box, MEGA, iCloud, Google Drive and all others

Microsoft has made some changes to OneDrive.

Users will now get 15 instead of 7 GB of free storage and business ($2.50 per month) / Office365 customers now get a 1TB of storage, in the past they only received 25 GB.

The cloud storage market is extremely competitive, here is an overview of other cloud storage providers:

 

Apple iCloud

  • 5 GB for free
  • Annual cost for upgrade to 10 GB ($20), 20 GB ($40), and 50 GB ($100) storage

Box

  • 10 GB for free
  • $5 per month for 100 GB, unlimited storage starting at $15 per month

Dropbox

  • 2 GB for free
  • $9.99 per month for 100 GB, business customers get 1 TB for 5 users at $795 per year.

Google Drive

  • 15 GB for free
  • Additional plans and monthly cost: 100 GB ($1.99), 1 TB ($9.99), 10 TB ($99.99), 20 TB ($199.99), 30 TB    ($299.99)

MediaFire

  • 10 GB for free
  • 1TB for $2.49 per month, up to 100TB at $24.99

MEGA

  • 50 GB for free
  • Yearly upgrade plans: 500 GB ($9.99), 200 GB ($19.99), 400 GB ($29.99)

SpiderOak

  • 2 GB for free
  • Upgrade options and monthly cost: 100 GB ($10) unlimited storage is offered for $5 per month

 

Amazon S3

  • 5GB for free
  • Upgrade plans are priced per GB, the cost is going down the more you get. It starts at 1 TB for $30 per month

 

So there you have it, plenty of providers and options when it comes to storing your content online.

MEGA is offering the most in terms of free capacity but it is extremely slow and can be frustrating to work with at times.

The market is growing quickly and as such is becoming more and more competitive which is good for consumers. Only a year ago you couldn’t dream of getting unlimited storage for only $5 per month.

 

4 thoughts on “OneDrive gives you more storage – we compare it to Dropbox, Box, MEGA, iCloud, Google Drive and all others

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