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Can we have plans that are smaller than 1 TB?

Can we have plans that are smaller than 1 TB?

Michel L.
New member | Level 2

Hi, I find limited in the choices of subscription plans. Basic/free and Pro/110$

I'd gladly pay something like 25$ a year for 50GB and a 2 users family plan.

Considering iCloud have a 12$ plan for 20 GB and 48$ for 200GB, that seems reasonable..

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hd-imgyl
Explorer | Level 3

I'd be willing to pay $ 10 a year for 100GB of storage, or $ 19 a year for 200GB. But look, I pay 9.99 for 100GB with all the benefits of Google Drive. I think Dropbox lacks good plans and prices for the general public. Your 1TB plan is good, but who in particular needs all that space? It ends up being very expensive! Let's go! make a good popular access plan! Otherwise they will continue not to be competitive.

 

Granfoss
New member | Level 2

I'd love that too!

Lugotal
Explorer | Level 3

Would love to see this, too. I only need 100GB or so - and I can't justify paying 9.99 a month per year or 11.99 month-by-month for 2TB of storage that I do not need at all.

 

It must be possible to offer smaller plans for personal, single-user use at competitive prices, right? I mean, Dropbox is one of the biggest players in this business...

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Well Google just told everyone from next June everyone apart from Pixel owners will lose the free high quality storage and it'll go into regular storage - so if DB can't pull something out their arse with 8 months notice to compete - then you have to wonder if they are all dead or something 

lesterw
Helpful | Level 5

I really hate the philosophy that subscription-based companys take these days, trying to extract at least $10/month out of each user. I would gladly pay $3-$4/month for a smaller amount of storage (100GB is more than enough), but I don't want to pay $10/month (£8/month UK).  It is simply too much for a lot of space I don't need.

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So as previously stated the only option is Google at £1,59 a month for 100GB



 

KNEILM
New member | Level 2

Hi,

 

My Dell 20GB trial expires tomorrow.  I went to look at pricing and there is nothing that matches in size.  I am using less than 4GB and do not need TB's.  I currently pay for Google Drive and have 200GB for $1.99/month.  This is much more reasonable for me.  I think Dropbox should at least offer something to match the free trial.

 

Thank you for your consideration,

Kerry

ckeong89
Helpful | Level 5

I wish Dropbox would listen to our voice to provide a smaller tier of storage plan...

Homesick2020
Explorer | Level 3

I love Dropbox. Do not mind having to pay for it. However the basic plan is 12 months times 15 or 16 dollars per month. 180$ plus per year cuts.   The current plans r an awesome deal if I need all the storage. Not all non professional users need the awesome room currently provided. Could a plan between basic and free be offered at say between 6 or 8 $ per month.   Dropbox is a tremendous product and the free is superior to any other app. Just asking. Maybe room for more mkt for Dropbox if they look at one more option for not so hungry data users that would like more storage than current plan. 

Resspectfully 
Homesick 2020

Roshan Kumara
New member | Level 2

Can you add any individual plan in between to basic plan and 2tb plan. Something like 100GB, 500GB and 1TB. Cause most of the people wants to keep more important data in cloud storage.