Global Equities Research reports that Google Drive signups are off to a “very strong start, with probably about 35 million to 40 million signups in 15 days.”
Google Drive, the company’s new cloud storage system that launched on April 24, has picked up a lot of users in a short window of time.
That’s a lot of people interested in backing up their files and a lot of storage capacity. It certainly helps to have an established brand such as Google holding your files.
Google provides free storage for up to 5GB in Google Drive. Extra storage is priced as follows: 25GB: $2.49/month; 100GB: $4.99/month; 200GB: $9.99/month; 1TB: $49.99/month; 16TB:$799.99/month. Other increments below 16TB are available.