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Today, Dropbox announced an upgrade to its Pro storage plans. It’s 50 GB plan ($99/year) now gets you 100 GB, and its 100 GB plan ($199/year) now gets you 200 GB. Current Pro plans will be upgraded automatically.
This is undoubtedly a reaction to the low prices Google Drive launched with, although Dropbox will still cost almost twice the cost of Drive storage. Just the same, it’s a sweet perk for paying subscribers to what is still the best file-syncing utility available.