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Remember Dropbox, the online storage service you used before Google Drive? I kid, Dropbox is a fine service, but Google is always a force to be reckoned with. It looks like Dropbox might have felt the sting of the Big G, because they’ve lowered their prices and their 1 TB plan is now cheaper than Google’s.

Google Drive users pay $9.99 a month for 1 TB of storage space, which amounts to $120 per year. Dropbox charges the same monthly rate for the same amount of space, but users can nowpay annually at only $99 per year. That undercuts Google’s plan (and of course the Dropbox monthly plan) by $20 bucks. That’s like three footlongs at Subway, as long as you don’t get the pastrami one.

The obvious advantage of using Google Drive is having everything synced under one Google account, but Dropbox has some tricks up its sleeve, like compatibility with Linux, Blackberry, and Kindle Fire, as well as the ability to earn extra free storage. Do you use one or the other? Feel free to weigh in on which service you prefer.

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