Dropbox has upped the ante for competitors by offering pro plans and double storage for the same price. The company has announced pro plans offering 100GB and 200GB storage for the old price of 50GB and 100GB. The company is also introducing a 500GB pro plan for heavy users.
- Basic 2GB (you can get upto 18GB from referrals.)
- Pro 50GB, which can now be upgraded to 100GB for the same price of $9.99 per month
- Pro 100GB, which can now be upgraded to 200GB for the same price of $19.99
- Teams plan which starts with massive 1TB and also offer support
- New 500GB, whose pricing is yet to be announced.
With Google's entry into the cloud market with Google Drive, its going to be a heavily competitive field. Compared to Dropbox Google offers 5GB storage. Unfortunately, Google drive is yet not available for Linux so Dropbox remains preferred personal cloud solution for Linux users. Canonical also offers its own personal cloud service Ubuntu One for Ubuntu users.