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Dropbox doubles storage for professional users from 1TB to 2TB

Dropbox is doubling the storage space available with its most expensive plan available for individuals. Dropbox is deciding to gift its users a bit extra at no cost. Professional users will now have space with 2TB and Business Standard teams will share 3TB between their members. Well, it can be good news for professionals as Dropbox doubles storage space. The company mentioned in its blog spot

“Today we’re happy to announce that our upgrades are getting a huge upgrade! Dropbox Pro now comes in flavors of 100 and 200 GB but at the price of the original 50 and 100 GB plans. For those of you who need even more space, a brand new 500 GB plan is also joining the posse!  If you’re already a Dropbox Pro subscriber, just take a sit and enjoy the fireworks – your Dropbox will supersize itself automatically tonight.”

Dropbox’s professional plan costs $200 dollar a year, will now give you double of the storage without compromising the experience. The company mentioned that the rise in the collaboration around ultra hi-def video and interactive presentations. It means the general conception of how much cloud storage is acceptable for pro work is changing.

If your company subscribes to the Business Standard plan then you will get an additional 1TB of storage instead of previous 3TB storage. The company mentioned that its professional users demanded increased storage space. This upgrade will be very useful for creatives who have to store large files.

Dropbox says that storage updates are now in effect for new customers who purchase plans starting today, while existing customers will see the increases take effect over the next couple of weeks. People who are tired of Microsoft throttling downloads on One Drive, Dropbox’s professional plan looks really promising. With this new upgrade, you will be able to work without limits as you can keep all your projects at your fingertips. Moreover, now you can free up the phone space by directly uploading photos and videos from your phone to Dropbox.


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