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Apple's 2TB iCloud storage option is cheaper now

By Cookie Monster - on 8 Jun 2017, 2:00am

Apple's 2TB iCloud storage option is cheaper now

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Apple updated and simplified its iCloud storage options at WWDC 2017. 

Aside from the standard free 5GB iCloud storage, you can now choose from three storage tiers (50GB, 200GB and 2TB) at their respective monthly subscription fees of S$1.28, S$3.98 and S$12.98. 

There was previously a storage option of 1TB at S$12.98, but Apple has replaced it with the 2TB storage option at the same price! Customers who had been subscribed to the 1TB plan are automatically upgraded to 2TB. 

The updates for iCloud put Apple in a more favorable position against its rivals such as Google Drive and Microsoft's OneDrive. For example, Google Drive is pricing its 100GB and 1TB storage options at S$2.79/month and S$13.99/month respectively. However, that is not taking into account the unlimited storage space for high quality photos in Google Photos. Microsoft is offering its 1TB storage option at S$10.80/month with access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook and more.

Source: Apple via MacRumors 

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