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Apple Drops Price of 2TB iCloud Storage Plan to £6.99 a Month
Apple Drops Price of 2TB iCloud Storage Plan to £6.99 a Month

Apple Drops Price of 2TB iCloud Storage Plan to £6.99 a Month

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Apple has dropped the price of its 2TB iCloud Storage plan to £6.99/month.

The company says users who were on the old 1TB plan will automatically be upgraded.

If you purchased a 1TB monthly plan before June 5, 2017, your account was upgraded automatically to a 2TB monthly plan.

Google Drive 1TB £7.99/month
Dropbox 1TB £6.58/month

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They should do the same for their hardware instead of adding Brexit tax.....thanks people of the UK
Edited by: "malachi" 6th Jun

Hmm, now do I cancel my dropbox and use this as well as Onedrive, or just keep Dropbox and Onedrive? Decisions.

Nice one Apple, prefer Android and Onedrive!

£84 for 1 year

wow and people pay that

Amazon Drive, £55 for unlimited storage

50 gb is more than enough for me

paying £7 a month for storage lol.Absolute bonkers.Apple users are being fleeced

buy an external hardrive job done.Pleased I went android and tab is Apple but bought a 256gb version.

Upload speeds on one drive are truly dreadful I have 1tb and if i was to upload 1tb it would take over a year to put it on there. Another vote for amazing cloud £55 a year unlimited job done...

Heat as compared to Google Drive and Dropbox which are equivalent services this is a good price and given the tight integration with both iOS & macOS and the fact that just yesterday it effectively cost twice as much this is a good deal.

Icloud doesn't work as a traditional cloud service. An iPhone won't be able to read half the files

I recently upgraded to this on my 16gb iPad because I was unable to complete the software update or download any tv programmes to watch on holiday as it said I did not have sufficient storage available. Even after doing it I still couldn't download a film. Is that right. Is paying for iCloud the only way to make the iPad viable?

lisaenglish71

I recently upgraded to this on my 16gb iPad because I was unable to … I recently upgraded to this on my 16gb iPad because I was unable to complete the software update or download any tv programmes to watch on holiday as it said I did not have sufficient storage available. Even after doing it I still couldn't download a film. Is that right. Is paying for iCloud the only way to make the iPad viable?



Purchasing iCloud space will not help you in this instance, unless you take a lot of pictures on it and you have used up all your iCloud space already.
I have a 16gb iPhone, and personally use iCloud to store all of my photos which as freed up ~5GB on my device.

alu355

Amazon Drive, £55 for unlimited storage



I don't think so....


Sadly not as of today - at least in the US. It'll be $60 per terabyte, per year. That makes Apple's 2 TB for £83 seem like good value - if you're in the Apple ecosystem already. My guess is that the removal of the unlimited tier will come to the UK imminently too.

alu355

Amazon Drive, £55 for unlimited storage

When your paid storage subscription expires, your account will be … When your paid storage subscription expires, your account will be considered in an over-quota status if your content stored is greater than the free storage quota on your account. If your account is in an over-quota status, you will not be able to upload additional files, and can only view, download, and delete content.You have a 180-day grace period to either delete content to bring your total content within the free quota, or to sign up for a paid storage plan. After 180 days in an over-quota status, content will be deleted (starting with the most recent uploads first) until your account is no longer over quota.


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If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber you will still have unlimited storage for photos at least.

sparklehedgehog

I don't think so....


It was until today! Based on what they've just done in the US it'll be £55 per terabyte, per year although Prime subscribers will still get unlimited photo storage.

Yep but that was to get people hooked as usual then screw them all. Even existing subscribers will automatically get lowered on renewal

sparklehedgehog

Yep but that was to get people hooked as usual then screw them all. Even … Yep but that was to get people hooked as usual then screw them all. Even existing subscribers will automatically get lowered on renewal



Shows they all shaft the public long term

I pay £7.99 for office 365 with 1tb per user and share with my family, much better value.
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