Google plans to launch the new Google Drive service today but in addition to this new service, the internet giants also announced that they are now increasing the storage limit of their Gmail accounts to 10GB as the standard for all free accounts.
Google states that the new increase from the current 7.5GB to the new 10GB of storage will take effect within the next 24 hours. Also with the launch of Google Drive, when you upgrade your Gmail from a free account to a paid account, your Google account storage will expand to 25GB of storage.
The new Google Drive service which will be launched later today, was designed to provide you with a place where you can collaborate, create, share and keep all of your documents and media files for easy access. Google Drive will come with 5GB of free storage, and you can choose additional storage options, 25GB for $2.49 per month, 100GB for $4.99 per month and 1TB which will cost you $49.99 per month.