New Dropbox Pro plans!

Posted by Anna-Christina Douglas on July 10, 2012

Since time immemorial (2008), folks have been asking us for a bigger Dropbox. We’ve heard from architects with giant drafting files and photographers with huge portfolios, but mostly we hear from families who have more than 100 GB of photos, docs and videos. And now that Dropbox can automatically upload your photos from just about any camera or phone, everyone’s adding tons of pictures and videos to Dropbox every day. As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space.

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 seat and enjoy the fireworks — your Dropbox will supersize itself automatically tonight.

All this goodness goes live on our pricing page this evening, so stay tuned. We’ve got an extra bonus too: since sharing is caring, we’re giving existing Pro users a three month Pro 100 trial to share with friends or family!

We hope that these bigger Dropboxes help you create amazing stuff :D
Happy Dropboxing!

P.S. For those of you using Dropbox for your business, check out Teams! You get a single centralized bill, phone support, and 1 TB of space to start.

313 Comments to New Dropbox Pro plans!

lukeabell
July 10, 2012

THANK YOU SO MUCH DROPBOX!!!!

John Phillips
July 10, 2012

Do the already Pro users get upgraded from 50GB to 100GB? 

cyruskafaiwu
July 10, 2012

Can't wait. Maybe, I will go PRO.

Guido Bouman
July 10, 2012

My brother will love this news! Awesome that you're increasing the quota while keeping the prices the same. Great service.

cardeo
July 10, 2012

Thank you!

BrianRubin
July 10, 2012

YES! FINALLY! THANK YOU!

Martin Hammerschmied
July 10, 2012

word

BrianRubin
July 10, 2012

Yeah, it says up there we'll be upgraded tonight! Woohoo!

Martin Hammerschmied
July 10, 2012

yes

Dan Blowers
July 10, 2012

Still half the space that Google offers. But it is a step forward in the right direction!

TAN Zhijun
July 10, 2012

I have been using DropBox since it was released, there is no application better than DropBox, nice!!!

Ziad Hilal
July 10, 2012

Perfect! I've been waiting for this. 

Jimba Koji
July 10, 2012

Thank you Dropbox!!

Nicola Efflandrin
July 10, 2012

Fantastic. Now the ratio €/gb is more than acceptable! Keep up the good work!

Mehdi Y M
July 10, 2012

Some people might need 25 Gb plans! Also think about that.

Eduard Shvarts
July 10, 2012
Mads
July 10, 2012

Too little, too late. Still twice the price of Google Drive… 

Fede777
July 10, 2012

Update the pricing page please.

stella gassaway
July 10, 2012

Woo Hoo. Thanks Dropbox. Still our FAV.

Tom Howarth
July 10, 2012

I have just upgraded to 100GB, I should have waited, oh well on the plus-side; I now have 200GB 

Prouser
July 10, 2012

thanks! :)

stella gassaway
July 10, 2012

Hope so.

stella gassaway
July 10, 2012

Hope so.

jb
July 10, 2012

was considering purchasing – no brainer now! thanks DB!

Badrul
July 10, 2012

Aaaah, I don't know how I can stop myself from going Pro now

infogulch
July 10, 2012

Try reading the post. It says yes.

infogulch
July 10, 2012

Try reading the post. It says yes.

cdsfire
July 10, 2012

yes, it says it in the (3 paragraph) article

cdsfire
July 10, 2012

yes, it says it in the (3 paragraph) article

BrianRubin
July 10, 2012

But it still works so, so much better than GD, which, when I used it, was just a mess. 

BrianRubin
July 10, 2012

But it still works so, so much better than GD, which, when I used it, was just a mess. 

Sarthak Batra
July 10, 2012

Upgrade the free storage from 2GB to 5GB

Marcus Farrington
July 10, 2012

“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 seat and enjoy the fireworks — your Dropbox will supersize itself automatically tonight.”

Ben Vost
July 10, 2012

That's brilliant news, thank you Dropbox.

Annoymous
July 10, 2012

You guys should consider some sort of Free+ plans in the 20-25 GB plan for some nominal fee (25 per year or something).

The free account works for me but I know I always delete stuff from my dropbox to keep it under. If you had a 25b plus plan for cheap $ I bet more folks would sign up (and not even approach that space). A good way to increase revenue

Annoymous
July 10, 2012

You guys should consider some sort of Free+ plans in the 20-25 GB plan for some nominal fee (25 per year or something).

The free account works for me but I know I always delete stuff from my dropbox to keep it under. If you had a 25b plus plan for cheap $ I bet more folks would sign up (and not even approach that space). A good way to increase revenue

Amanda
July 10, 2012

Ha, I was going to upgrade tonight. This sealed the deal :)

Amanda
July 10, 2012

Ha, I was going to upgrade tonight. This sealed the deal :)

Toby Adams
July 10, 2012

Woah, DB got space!

Toby Adams
July 10, 2012

Woah, DB got space!

Kendrick Arnett
July 10, 2012

It's a pity the 50 GB plan isn't remaining and marketed as a budget-conscious option in the $5/month range.

Kendrick Arnett
July 10, 2012

It's a pity the 50 GB plan isn't remaining and marketed as a budget-conscious option in the $5/month range.

Mads
July 10, 2012

Can't say how it was when you used it.

But it works perfectly as Dropbox. Only feature missing is the Instant Photo upload thingy from the smartphone.

awesome dude
July 10, 2012

this is pro, i love you guys!

Magrathean
July 10, 2012

Great news. Folks wanting to shift to Google Drive, need not. Still does not match the Google Drive prices; but having tried google drive for a couple of weeks, I would stick with DB for now. Maybe, look at Google Drive later this year.

Andreas H. Augdahl
July 10, 2012

Thanks, now I'm really happy I resisted the temptation to jump ship in favor of other services :-)

Chris
July 10, 2012

Maybe double space for refferals? :P

Marcus Farrington
July 10, 2012

And as usual, someone has to complain about something… I got more than 21 GB for free. So start spread the word about DB and you can have as much…

But I think I will go Pro now…

Ingo Siebeck
July 10, 2012

Too late… I asked Dropbox before 3 or 4 weeks about news about the pricing modell. “no plans about reducing” was the answer… so i switched to google drive.

M.T.
July 10, 2012

I really wish you guys would also have $5 for 50GB and $2.5 dollar for 25GB plans as well. Or make it as simple as adding gigabytes based on $1 per 10GB ratio or similar.

E.g. I could use 25GB more in my account, but I don't need as much as 50GB. If I would have an option to upgrade my storage incrementaly, that would be much better than it is now.

Robert Fauver
July 10, 2012

your pricing link is broken

M.T.
July 10, 2012

Seriously, Dropbox should consider cutting their prices a bit, as competitors are getting better and better – e.g. Microsoft's SkyDrive gives you 50GB for $25 a year, not month. And adds 20GB more for $10 a year… That's quite a difference. And it already does 80% of what Dropbox does.

Of course their app and site is not as slick as DB, but they'll improve eventually. Something to look after.

Tiffin F
July 10, 2012

 On the iPhone there currently isn't an app yet that lets you move files between your phone and Gdrive like Dropbox does.  Currently that's Android only (since it IS a google company after all).

Marcus Ong
July 10, 2012

I have 25.8MB for free so far :)

Jojo
July 10, 2012

Now that is added value. Thanks folks, this is awesome.

Jojo
July 10, 2012

Now that is added value. Thanks folks, this is awesome.

iamvoid
July 10, 2012

Google drive is at rock bottom and does similar to dropbox. At $2.5 for 25gig with google and dropbox kinda service, not sure how long people with stick with dropbox. 

iamvoid
July 10, 2012

Google drive is at rock bottom and does similar to dropbox. At $2.5 for 25gig with google and dropbox kinda service, not sure how long people with stick with dropbox. 

iamvoid
July 10, 2012

Google drive is at rock bottom and does similar to dropbox. At $2.5 for 25gig with google and dropbox kinda service, not sure how long people with stick with dropbox. 

iamvoid
July 10, 2012

Google drive is at rock bottom and does similar to dropbox. At $2.5 for 25gig with google and dropbox kinda service, not sure how long people with stick with dropbox. 

Mrs Sandie XXX
July 10, 2012

Dropbox supports Ubuntu too, I tried them all before deciding on Dropbox and they are the only one who can satisfy Windows and Ubuntu and even my Symbian mobile phone (3rd party). Best of all, it's effortless.

Mrs Sandie XXX
July 10, 2012

Dropbox supports Ubuntu too, I tried them all before deciding on Dropbox and they are the only one who can satisfy Windows and Ubuntu and even my Symbian mobile phone (3rd party). Best of all, it's effortless.

Mrs Sandie XXX
July 10, 2012

Dropbox supports Ubuntu too, I tried them all before deciding on Dropbox and they are the only one who can satisfy Windows and Ubuntu and even my Symbian mobile phone (3rd party). Best of all, it's effortless.

Mrs Sandie XXX
July 10, 2012

Dropbox supports Ubuntu too, I tried them all before deciding on Dropbox and they are the only one who can satisfy Windows and Ubuntu and even my Symbian mobile phone (3rd party). Best of all, it's effortless.

Arun Kashyup
July 10, 2012

its fine….

Arun Kashyup
July 10, 2012

its fine….

Arun Kashyup
July 10, 2012

its fine….

Arun Kashyup
July 10, 2012

its fine….

Arun Kashyup
July 10, 2012

its fine….

iamvoid
July 10, 2012

me too. 

Someone
July 10, 2012

I am a Pro user. (50GB). Will i get an upgrade tonight ? Extra space ?

Stephen
July 10, 2012

Fantastic, just scanning in 20 years of old photo albums so was looking around for size up options! I was going to get a second DB account but this is much better.

sep332
July 10, 2012

 That's kind of a big feature! Google Drive dosn't have LAN sync, doesn't let you set the upload speed, and doesn't let you get a link to share without opening the webapp (you can right-click a Dropbox file and get a link right in explorer!), and the tray icon doesn't show you when it's syncing and when it's done. So more than one thing missing :)

M.T.
July 10, 2012

That's a good point. But I am sure that won't be forever, that DB is the only one working on Linux.

Victoria Bampton
July 10, 2012

Brilliant news!  Dropbox just keeps getting better!

Dan Kreider
July 10, 2012

Ditto.

LightroomLove
July 10, 2012

I'm sick of all of the Google Drive comparisons. Yes, Dropbox is more expensive per gigabyte, but looking at this from a “storage only” view is incredibly short sighted. Dropbox isn't just an online storage provider – if you want that, get something like Backblaze – but instead it is a full featured application that is the most robust of its type.

M.T.
July 10, 2012

That's even better! I didn't know about Google Drive pricing until now. Go Google!

Marcus Ong
July 10, 2012

It is good that there are healthy competition.
Now, if Google Drive can get their reliability and software up to par…

IanSchray
July 10, 2012

See the article above:

“If you’re already a Dropbox Pro subscriber, just take a seat and enjoy the fireworks — your Dropbox will supersize itself automatically tonight.”

Ghteruio
July 10, 2012

read the article again

Allen Lyons
July 10, 2012

I really wish there were smaller accounts, not larger. I don't have 100gig worth of stuff that needs dropboxing. I'd gladly pay $40 a year for 25 gig.

Hayden
July 10, 2012

What about for a light user where 2GB is too little but 100GB is too much? Can you still offer a 50GB plan or 20GB?

Koen
July 10, 2012

Awesome :D

01NB
July 10, 2012

Thank you DropBox!  You are making my switch away from Box look even better!

jp7
July 10, 2012

Great… so now I can buy even more space that I don't need.

Seriously, why don't you offer more flexible pricing plans and let people pay per 10 or 20 GB pack? This way everyone could buy exactly the space he needs, even without an upper limit.

Gustavo
July 10, 2012

Hi everybody! I have to admit that DropBox has the best platform and the best site of all the cloud services right now, but still is twice as pensive as other services.

Skydrive gave 25GB of free storage for old clients and has a 100GB plan for just $50 a year, so even counting with a worst service (for the moment) and slow sync service than DB, the offer is still better.

I still have DB for daily working, but for big amount of data I consider Skydrive as a better solution. Of course, If you match the Skydrive offer, I will be with you forever (200GBx$100).

Please, don't be mad at me for this comment ^^

P.S. Nothing to say about Google Drive because the other day it entered into an infinite loop and duplicated all my files once and again… well, no comments.

Christian A Strømmen
July 10, 2012

What happens to those of us that have more than 100GB now? Will the extra space transfer over, or will we be capped at 200GB?

Bryce Yehl
July 10, 2012

I sure would like to see a $50/year plan. I don't really care what it came with, I have enough free space, I would just like to be a *customer*

Roger Meinert
July 10, 2012

I don't need more space, I need a lower price to get me to pay.  $100 for the lowest tier is too rich for my blood, but give me a $25/year and/or $50/year plan and you'll have my money immediately.  This goes for many of my friends and family too, who need more than 2GB but don't need 50GB.

Marcus Ong
July 10, 2012

I'm sure it applies to the base space you paid for only. If you got Pro 100GB and 32 GB in referrals, you will have Pro 200GB + 32GB of referrals.

pmurph5
July 10, 2012

I can easily downgrade, right? I have a 100 GB plan even though I normally use much less. Instead of getting an upgrade 200 GB for what I currently pay, I'd rather switch to the old 50/new 100 plan and pay half of what I used to pay. I assume it will be easy to downgrade, with no potential loss of my data or account history, right?

Wintamute
July 10, 2012

There's a reason Dropbox won't introduce smaller plans. As it stands the vast majority of Dropbox Pro users aren't filling up their boxes much at all, effectively paying for capacity and bandwidth they're not using, and subsidizing a minority of superusers that are maxxing out. If Dropbox introduced a 25GB plan a vast chunk of their user base would switch to it, Dropbox's hosting costs would hardly change, but their income from subscriptions would drop massively.

Mads
July 10, 2012

“That's kind of a big feature!”
Not really, no.

“doesn't let you set the upload speed”
Exactly! – Full speed ahead, not that limit Dropbox defaults to now and then.

“and the tray icon doesn't show you when it's syncing and when it's done. ”Uhm, yes it does. It's rotating when syncing.”Google Drive dosn't have LAN sync” + “doesn't let you get a link to share without opening the webapp”Yeah, that would be nice to have. And yet none of those feature are worth twice the price per GB.

Steven Brown
July 10, 2012

People have been asking Dropbox for cheaper plans for years. They obviously have no interest, care, or desire to key in on that market niche. You may has well just give up on the begging.

Mads
July 10, 2012

And the editor messed the formatting…

Gft1950-best
July 10, 2012

Thank you!!!
 Can I buy a gift certificate to give to my relative or friend.

Shawn Latham
July 10, 2012

To all of those that are comparing to google drive, dropbox is no comparison as far as reliability goes… Plus the only good way to enjoy google drive on a machine is using insync. The windows drive client is just not good, they want to link to much stuff to chrome, and as I love the online offerings, and use them regurally, for more complicated spreadsheets it still messes them up.

I love google, I like google drive, but I also love dropbox… Always fast, always reliable, always dead simple. No .gsheet links. I don't pay for just the storage, there are cheaper services out there, I pay for always having access to my files no matter where I am at fast, and am glad to be paying the 9.99 since dropbox just came out of beta… 

Andyharris01
July 10, 2012

I'm a pretty average user – I back up all my photos, which include some HD family home video and my docs – I live a totally (well almost) paperless work and hom life.  I am running at 70% of my 100GB account so any increase is more than welcome!

Joshua
July 10, 2012

Wow, this is awesome! Thank you so much! Everyone who is whining about smaller plans or complaining that it's still expensive should move away to some cheaper platform. We'll welcome you back soon enough when you realize that Dropbox is so much more than storage and has the one of the most amazing platforms that “the cloud” has to offer nowadays.

Bike Blog
July 10, 2012

Hello,
the new plans are great. But, as some people alredy wrote, there would be really great if you add some lower price/year type of plan. Like 10$/25$/50$ per year.

Tim Sklyarov
July 10, 2012

Best news of the week. Thanks guys!

Пацаны вообще ребята!!!

Marcus Ong
July 10, 2012

I agree, if you are planning to use Dropbox as a dedicated backup only, you are doing it wrong.
You are paying for the synchronization service they provide to your devices as well as web access to your files.

There is a big difference here. Dedicated backups are always cheaper because it is not the core strategy for unlimited devices syncing, sharing folders, sharing links and photo albums, web previews of videos, etc…

West
July 10, 2012

There are dropbox competitors which provide all the things that you just described and don't cost as much as dropbox or offer more storage.

It is a fair expectation and comparison.

Sean Robert Langlands
July 10, 2012

Offer cheaper lower storage options like Google Drive and I will gladly come back.

PBDoetMee
July 10, 2012

I am a happy Wuala user, mainly because the Patriot Act does not apply to cloudstorage, based in Europe. Not that I have something to hide, but it is just the idea that does not appeal to me.

Wuala offers local encrypting (on your computer) before the data is sent to the cloud. Wuala stores your data encrypted split over different places in Switzerland and France, therefor it is impossible for hackers to reconstruct your files. A magnificant security.
Nevertheless: the simplicity and speed of DropBox is outstanding. Wuala's speed is just slow (but efficient given the arguments above).Can anybody at DropBox tell me in more tech/detail terms if and how DB uses encryption? If that looks OK, I might switch to DropBox, which is much more supported in iOS apps than Wuala (none, to be precise). A major reason for me to consider switching.Best regards.

Marcus Ong
July 10, 2012

I was mentioning about those who intend to use Dropbox as a backup service only.

Though yes the competition that provides syncing services do have similar features, if not more (like syncing any folder on your computer).

Definitely the quality of experience will defer between services. I do enjoy healthy competition of course (consumers benefit!). Dropbox will adjust and adapt just like their competition and any other business.

 If Dropbox keeps the pricing stable, it means they have the sweet spot balanced between the different user needs and economics of scale between differently sized accounts.

M. from Germany
July 10, 2012

I really love Dropbox. And this is good news. But I can't get a PRO-Member again, because you're not able to handle PayPal for german users (in germany you can't pay with PayPal). If you fix this after many years, you get at least one PRO-Member more!

David Amodt
July 10, 2012

huge news from dropbox today. congrats. 100/200gb plans are awesome and a 500gb option is HUGE

Кирилл Быков
July 10, 2012

В натуре – Чётко! Умеют!

felininho
July 10, 2012

When you said “from just about any camera or phone” were you mentioning Windows Phone? Because we still lacks an integrated Dropbox app. And with the upcoming Windows Phone 8, I hope you guys reconsider your strategy.

Chris
July 10, 2012

You guys are awesome! Thanks for showing appreciation to those of us who pay!

Muhammed Riyas
July 10, 2012

Super Awesome!

v4rakh
July 10, 2012

I'd like to go pro … but the prices exceed my 10$ per month limit for 200GB. :( A good step anyway. Still hoping prices will be equal to GD later on. :)

BrianRubin
July 10, 2012

Hey, if you're happy with GD, then more power to ya. I just think Dropbox is an all-around better, more mature product. 

Mark Likosky
July 10, 2012

pretty good start but I'm still looking for something in between teams and pro. I've got over 2TB of photos to store and looking around for the best options…

thanks

Jason
July 10, 2012

I would use the competitors products then if price is all you care about. Dropbox to me is worth the premium because “it just works”. I have other things to worry about than how to save $40 a year.

Nikos aka Allos
July 10, 2012

I just feel to say some things about Dropbox and all this comparison between google drive, box , sugarsync…etc
Please stop comparing. Each of these services are for different purposes. Stop saying Google Drive is cheaper…. You are talking about your data backup. Your work files. Your family-friends photos-videos.You want these files forever. Why i like Dropbox ?I really don't know…it's more expensive, i can't open my files on the browser, i can't play my mp3s from the browser but i feel better safety with dropbox than the other services because it's out there since 2007 and because if you search on google for dropbox issues-problems you will not find many results.I want and i think you want your files be there for you forever.Does your family photos, your friends photos, your customers files have a price for you ?

If you don't like Dropbox DON'T USE IT. It's so simple.

And one more last thing. I read on some forums about privacy and stuff from people that use google drive…
privacy and google ? seriously ?
If you want privacy you can simply remove your ethernet cable or close your wifi. Since you have an internet connection there is no such a thing like privacy.

Finally,
i would like to thank all the people working on this company day and night, because i can find my files  24/7 from my windows pc, my linux pc, my mobile phone and i NEVER had a problem with my files.
I'm a programmer and they save my day a lot of times finding deleted files or old revision of my files.

Michael
July 10, 2012

PBDoetMee,

Dropbox uses SSL encryption for transport, and all data is encrypted on the strorage backend using AES256.  Dropbox also recently signed a Safe Harbor agreement which should get around most of your Patriot Act concerns.

Michael
July 10, 2012
guest
July 10, 2012

but seriously, is it worth the effort? Don't the people with a win8 phone need to rethink their phone choice.  

Randy Gonzales
July 10, 2012

 I dumped Google Drive myself because it lost one of my documents and I was unable to retrieve. When I submitted a very complicated request to restore the document I never got a reply. DP tops them all at this point.

Marc Liyanage
July 10, 2012

I love Dropbox, but I was hoping for a price drop.

I can get 100GB of storage at Google for $60 per year. So at the old/current rates, Google gave me *double* the storage for *almost half* the price. Now I get the same amount of storage at still almost half the price at Google.

Paul Harrison
July 10, 2012

I can guarantee that the question Dropbox has been asked, more even than the one answered above is:

“When will you have a tier of storage and pricing in-between free and 50GB/$9.99, please?”

I saw the blogpost and was getting quite excited: perhaps 25GB for $4.99/mth?  

A man can dream…

Mjsminkey
July 10, 2012

Big thumbs up for this. I'd probably be willing to pay for that plan, but as it is, I make do with free.

wedtm
July 10, 2012

IIRC Dropbox is hosting all your data at Amazon's S3. So really, you're trusting Amazon, not Dropbox. 

Until Dropbox can host it's own storage, it's never going to be able to reach the price point that Google has. That's the price you pay when you depend on someone else for your dinner.

Ivonne Lopez
July 10, 2012

Oh sweet, sweet Dropbox. I love you. Please keep doing what you do!

pgib
July 10, 2012

Seems like you only have 200GB for 3 months as a trial?

pgib
July 10, 2012

Does it? It says existing Pro users get a 100 GB trial plan for three months to share with friends and family.

Online Backups Review
July 10, 2012

This is great news for teams that are collaborating on projects. I use Dropbox for sharing files with colleagues all the time – it's great being on a Skype call and watching files get updated as we make progress.

Dan Hlavenka
July 10, 2012

They *just* doubled the space you get for referrals a few months ago. I mean, I'm all for doubling them again, but let's not get greedy here…

Dan Hlavenka
July 10, 2012

No, the way I understand it, he gets some sort of code or voucher that he can give to friends and family to give them a 3 month trial of the 100GB plan. He gets to keep his 200GB as long as he keeps paying.

Dan Hlavenka
July 10, 2012

I need Linux support. Period. I can't even consider using Google Drive until they've got a Linux daemon that I can run on a machine with no GUI. I know people with headless Linux boxes are quite scarce, but as one of those people, I'm thrilled that I can use Dropbox on it.

AlexIakovidis
July 10, 2012

A man can also invite some friends , solve the annual treasure hunt and get close or even over 25GB for …gasp… FREE.

Mmmmattd
July 10, 2012

With the 100gb replacing the 50gb at the same price of $10/month, any chance of offering the “old” 50gb plan for $5/month? I'm a cheapskate.

Emil
July 10, 2012

But GDrive is not Dropbox. I like Dropbox for what they do, GDrive does not give me a better solution.

Daniel Mendalka
July 10, 2012

21GB that's big. I managed only up to 14GB.

Simon
July 10, 2012

That's great but issue for us living at the end of the line in Australia is upload speeds! Do you have any plans to add servers (poss via say Akami) in Asia? Other than that keep up the great work…

Arno Beleri
July 10, 2012

I have a free DB account to back up my important files, mainly office docs and a few scans, and use GG Drive 200gb priced at $50/year (renewed) for these same documents AND mu photos and videos and stuff. Thanks for the offer anyway DB!

Erjon
July 10, 2012

DropBox you're awesome! Keep up the great work! 

guest
July 10, 2012

so this guest is a apple/android user with not so big experience working with a win phone ? pleaaase ! rethink ur comments !

jp vásquez
July 10, 2012

El slogan de dropbox en español debería ser “Con dropbox, todos ganan”.

Jess
July 10, 2012

Kind of irritated that I upgraded to the extremely expensive teamsplan less than a month ago since your salespeople said that was the only way to ever get more than 100gb.

Damian Lesiuk
July 10, 2012

WP don't even have multitasking. People who bought it are themselves guilty.

felininho
July 10, 2012

 I love my Windows Phone, but that not makes me a hater of other plataforms.

felininho
July 10, 2012

Go back to your grid of static icons.

Shuushin San
July 10, 2012

Leading analysts now predict Windows Phone as second largest phone operating system by 2016, with Android as the leader. As a user of the three OS's – Windows Phone is simply a generation ahead. Beside the point though – there really needs to be a native Windows Phone app for Dropbox. 

Damian Lesiuk
July 10, 2012

It lacks too many features to consider it as main smartphone. One lacking feature more (dropbox) don't make any difrence for WP users.

PS: I bought Lumia 900 and I think Microsoft has cheated me. I don't even get WP 8.0 (700$ phone don't get f****** update) …

**** Windows Phone

Stian
July 10, 2012

You can get over 20GB free if you follow this little blog post:
goofproductions.com/blog/post/…

Stian
July 10, 2012

Give the windows phone a year and it will be able to compete against android. Android has had a few years in development to reach where it is now, and some competition will just improve Android =)

Goof
July 10, 2012

How to get more than 20GB on Dropbox:
http://goofproductions.com/blo

Goof
July 10, 2012

How to get more than 20GB on Dropbox:
http://goofproductions.com/blo

Goof
July 10, 2012

Nope. The plans now is 100/200GB. You get an extra Pro 100 3 months trial for your friend/family. So you can give it away so other can test it out… marketing on its best.

Carole Carter
July 10, 2012

This is really nice news. Thank you to the DropBox team.

Goof
July 10, 2012

This will happen this evening (US timezone).

Goof
July 10, 2012

In additional to the upgrade, you will receive a Pro 100 three months trial account you can give to your friend or family.

Goof
July 10, 2012

You can get over 20GB free if you follow this little blog post: http://goofproductions.com/blo

Alistair Chisholm
July 10, 2012

Sorry to rain on the parade but a little town on the west coast of Scotland did it first…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v

:o)

anyway… GO DROPBOX!

Tsabhira
July 11, 2012

Frustratingly, Windows SkyDrive is a better deal — I'm getting more than twice as much storage on SkyDrive for the same price of the new Dropbox plans. I'd *much* rather host everything on Dropbox, but it's just not the best deal right now by kind of a lot of money.

Cssasha
July 11, 2012

Paying $100+ a year for 100G of storage is insane.

mwdiers
July 11, 2012

Umm… You realize that the Windows “smart” phones have been around far longer than either Android or iPhone? Before there was Windows Phone, there was Windows Mobile aka Windows CE, and they had phones as far back as 2000, and stylus-based touch phones for almost as long. The current Windows Phone platform is 2 years old. Now it's getting a major rev that for all practical purposes makes it, yet again, another new phone platform. I'm not saying that Microsoft won't finally get it together, but their track record doesn't look good.

lekoshe
July 11, 2012

Important life lesson: don't trust anything a salesperson says.

Dropbox's sales team are dreadful. I had a need for a team of 120. I asked for a quote, I was told to use “the web form”. Of course the web form doesn't go beyond 55 and I already knew that, unlike the Dropbox salesdroid. So I repeated my request with those facts added and got the quote. Of course, no payment info was included. What kind of sales person doesn't include remittance terms? So I said “okay, how do I pay you?”. I was told to use “the web form” …

That's some low-IQ hiring policy right there.

lekoshe
July 11, 2012

Google gives you about 10% of the performance, because they don't use block-level sync. Google Drive is unusable for large files.

Lbf
July 11, 2012

i want a 50gb for 5us too, my notebook has a small ssd disk ;)

Fabian LaMonde
July 11, 2012

Hey, how about stopping people sharing “dubious” content in the public files , do a search on google guys to see just how people use the public file option. disgrace.

Ryan Margheriti
July 11, 2012

why do you care?

joshstrange
July 11, 2012

I have earned 22.85 GB, it's not terribly difficult to do…

snoogly
July 11, 2012

When will these changes take effect? My Pro account is still showing 50GB.

Ivan Carlos
July 11, 2012

Oh my… I LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!!!!

WootWoot1223
July 11, 2012

Well….here is free space:
http://db.tt/ehCIqGJY

takako
July 11, 2012

Register from this link http://db.tt/MHAoM4yq will get more 0.5 GB space

Luke
July 11, 2012

 I have to agree

Jeff
July 11, 2012

Mine is also only showing 50GB.

freetobelee
July 11, 2012

Thank you! Perfect timing, as my wife just starting auto uploading her iPhone photos!

miky
July 11, 2012

I've really waited for this storage improvement!!! Thank you guys! Sure to continue using Dropbox!

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

I think that Dropbox has still big group of fans. I use both Dropbox and Google Drive and even that Drive is cheaper I prefer handle all files on Dropbox. Experience is much better.

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

It was suggested before but I will post it again. If you need small pack of GBs you can spread Dropbox love to your friends and get 0.5GB for each new account. It's not so hard and I easly get up to 15GB which I is quite a lot for me.

Allen Tran
July 11, 2012

Thanks for the upgrade. I look forward to it.

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

This inifinite loop which you mention sounds interesting. Is there a way to replicate that error? :)

Justin
July 11, 2012

MMmm i purchased 100GB about 2 weeks ago but when i go to upgrade to 200GB its asking for me to pay another $102.00. I thought it was for the same price as 100GB??? 

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

I think Dropbox will provide Win8 application, they just need to see how many users are waiting for it. This isn't so popular platform as iOS or Android so you have to wait a bit longer :)

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

Wow, that's huge. Where do you keep such amount of data?

Pascal L
July 11, 2012

Same here, I didn't get the upgrade from 50 to 100.

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

I hope that Dropbox sees this issue and they are investing some resources into their own servers.

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

As far as I remember Dropbox is slowly removing whole Public folder feature for easier and more pleasent way of sharing just one file / folder with “Get a link” option.

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

Dropbox uses Amazon servers at this moment so they have no influence on those issues but who knows, maybe they'll sign some agreement with Akami. Using Amazon infrastructure should be quite expensive at this stage.

John
July 11, 2012

So because you're throwing a tantrum over your buyer's remorse, that means WP users shouldn't get a Dropbox app?

Cam
July 11, 2012

You need something like Smugmug, not dropbox.

Wiel
July 11, 2012

I got it right now, looks great

Dan
July 11, 2012

Same issue on my end on the 50gb pro sub I signed up for 1 wk ago – it's asking me to pay an additional $2.96. It's not a big a deal obviously but on principle alone – it kind of sucks. I'm assuming hte charge is the for the 1.5 wks I had the subscription at the old price? It looked like it was restarting my subscription and applying a credit of ~$96 to the new $99 charge. 

Bad Dropbox, BAD! You should be automatically upgrading all those loyal customers who loved your product before your pricing change and continue to deal with our loyalty!

César Fabián Romero Félix
July 11, 2012

i won't pay to use until i can get a more flexible plan, read cheap, like custom storage capacity i don't need 100gb only got like ~15gb documents+photos and ~15gb of music

Pascal L
July 11, 2012

Anyone else not getting the upgrade from 50 to 100?

Justin
July 11, 2012

Yip, i am not getting the upgrade from 100GB to 200GB, its asking me to pay another $102.00 !! 

Mark
July 11, 2012

“Please sign in or register to access this page”. The pricing page!? Really DB? I have to register to see your pricing plans. What a slap in the face.

iamvoid
July 11, 2012

yes I am a fan of dropbox as well, it has solved my numerous problem and I would have loved to get a paid version for the 20gig of photos I have. But the pricing had been a deterrent. So moved to gDrive for those 20gig space.  

iamvoid
July 11, 2012

Also I am pretty sure that the experience of dropbox when it was first released may not have been fun. Dropbox improved over time. I am sure gDrive will be the same. So far no problems with gDrive, except the upload is bit inefficient. 

Asher
July 11, 2012

I applaud DB for doing this, but I wonder how much of a difference it will make to those that are price sensitive. They are still double the price of their competitors.

Vijay
July 11, 2012

yup that's really stupid. 

fxt44
July 11, 2012

thank you dropbox! i needed this space upgrade.

Michael
July 11, 2012

I had the same. It asked to pay to 'upgrade' to Pro 200 (I was on Pro 100). The pricing page showed the new plans, but I was still on the old plan.

However, mine has switched over to Pro 200 just now. So I guess just wait a little while. The whole process will probably take a few hours, not a few minutes.

Pascal L
July 11, 2012

Thanks, mine did too now. It required a restart of the app.

Pierre
July 11, 2012

Awesome! Thank you!

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

Same for me but I'm kind of more developer guy so I am waiting when they will add some new features to their API so I could try some nice ideas I have for GDrive.

Michael
July 11, 2012

Cheers… just restarted my app too. The website showed the change, but the Windows app didn't. After the restart it did.

Michael
July 11, 2012

Has any existing Pro/paid user noticed the extra 2 GB? Looks like my total storage space is 2 GB (original free space) + 200 GB (paid storage) + Free Space earned (referrals, etc.)…

Jeff
July 11, 2012

And now it has shown up… at least on my account.

Justin
July 11, 2012

Mine just upgraded itself to 200GB from 100GB. YAY!!

Japh
July 11, 2012

Guys, just wait a little bit. The upgrade is automatic, you don't need to do anything. Just wait for the little Growl notification that says you have a tonne more space  :)

PBDoetMee
July 11, 2012

@Michael: tnx for answering my q's. I will read into this stuff ;-).

庄园
July 11, 2012

 虽然看不懂,还是支持下。

gabriel
July 11, 2012

just got the upgrade from 50 to 100GB … awesome & thank you so much DB!

27b
July 11, 2012

I don't want to “spread the love”. I wan't to pay for a reasonable amount of space.

PHP web development environment was originally created to facilitate the generation of dynamic web pages.  

Jakob
July 11, 2012

Is this just for the USA? Still havent got my upgrade???

Business web design
July 11, 2012

That was a suprise to see the upgrade message appear, no to find 50G more of stuff to backup!

Jay Penrith
July 11, 2012

Thank you, this is just great!

Daniel Mendalka
July 11, 2012

But if you want less then <50GB you can invite friends and get that for free. If it isn't ok for you, then go around and look for alternatives. Market reality :)

MJr
July 11, 2012

No, it's not. I just got it here in Brazil. 
Just wait a little longer.

Frank Bell
July 11, 2012

Thanks alot. But what about the (unchanged) education bonus? will you update it, too? at the moment there is no difference to the “regular” dropbox-conditions….

Foxcat
July 11, 2012

Thanks Dropbox for the extra space!

Hannibal
July 11, 2012

sorry dropbox, this offer is not good enough. using 100GB $5/month google drive now. integrates with android and even apple like a charme. he sync client always was the best here, but that has changed too, so there was no reason to stay any longer. I've asked you over a year ago for something better to offer, dropbox. but there was no response in the forum from you at all !!!

Patrick Boehner
July 11, 2012

 I can see the price page no problem and not logged in. Try again.

Francesco Urbano
July 11, 2012

I noticed the extra 2 GB too with my Pro 50 (now 100) plan… well this is not a surprise for me: DropBox always showed to be generous with bonus and increased space.
:-)Great!

Francesco Urbano
July 11, 2012

I wish to thank DropBox for the new plans and for the free space increase for Pro plans.
This upgrades have been asked for long times and now they are here!
This is not the time to complain but to thank!
;-)

For those comparing DropBox with competitors: in my experience with DB I always appreciated DB reliability, and this one costs!
Beware of competitors offering huge space at lowest prices, have a look at reviews of other users.
Beware of competitors that do not accept Paypal or similar payment methods or that offer long term subscriptions at very discounted prices.
I use Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS platforms, and DropBox offers simple and working Apps for all of them, can you tell me a competitor that can offer this one?
In my opinion DropBox is the best, not the cheaper one, but the most reliable and with a good value for price.
Just my 2 cents

DropBox, keep going on this way!

Maarten Oosterhoff
July 11, 2012

Same here, from 82 to 134. Excellent, thank you very much Dropbox!!

Eli
July 11, 2012

Thank you!!!

Jdsimson
July 11, 2012

I love you!

jkth
July 11, 2012

Not bad. Sticking with my 125GB on SkyDrive for £32 a year for now, but I'll keep watching…

jkth
July 11, 2012

Why do you think SkyDrive is a worse service? (I'm not saying you're wrong, just interested to know).

Jason Newton
July 11, 2012

Thanks guys, this is much appreciated. I've been a Pro user for about a month now and the service is excellent.

joncoleman
July 11, 2012

Amazing!  Thank you!

George Jung
July 11, 2012

It was a nice surprise when I opened my mailbox this morning. Thanks for the extra space Dropbox!

uAreMyComputer
July 11, 2012

This is a Hero !

Michael Bösl
July 11, 2012

Alright, this is totally awesome.
Now I have more space in my Dropbox than on my MacBook Air.

What I would like to see is the possibility to exclude folders from downloading on a per-computer-basis. Basically, show the folder as a link and allow us to it right-click –> download; For all others, there should be an option to right-click –> exclude from download on this machine.
I've got tons of documents I want to have sync'ed but which are old-ish, so I don't need them every day/week/month.
Is there any possibility for this to be implemented?

Martijn Bokma
July 11, 2012

This is very good news! Thank y

Martijn Bokma
July 11, 2012

This is very good news! Thank you very very much! Dropbox is awesome! Keep up the good work!

Jake
July 11, 2012

You stick with your slow SkyDrive. Thanks Dropbox

Calhau
July 11, 2012

Thanks!

Christiaan Conover
July 11, 2012

Fantastic!  I take it based on the numbers in the email I received that the doubling applies only to the storage space covered by my plan, and doesn't include any additional space I've earned through referrals?

Rob van den Brand
July 11, 2012

A really great surprise!!!! Thanks a lot…

Just Jess
July 11, 2012

This function is already built into dropbox :) This link shows instructions about how to choose which folders to sync (you can do this on each device connected to dropbox).
https://www.dropbox.com/help/1

I hope this helps!

Andy Pulford
July 11, 2012

Dropbox > Preferences > Advanced > Selective Sync should do what you're after.

Sajid Ismail
July 11, 2012

Do you have any idea how much I love you? No you don't. Because I don't either. Isn't that awesome? 

Darbius
July 11, 2012

I heart you guys so much that I'm willing to say “I heart you guys”…  Thanks for the free bonus!  This makes the camera upload feature that much more awesome!

tylerdotdo
July 11, 2012

This couldn't come at a better time.  I was at 97% full!

Michael Bösl
July 11, 2012

 Thanks to both of you… Feeling pretty dumb now :D
And I considered myself to be a power user, meh.

Luca Dell'Anna
July 11, 2012

Great! Thanks!

High-Minded
July 11, 2012

I'd like to see a 50GB plan for 5$/Month now, would fit perfect to me :)

Over50
July 11, 2012

As a user of Dropbox, Box.net, iCloud and Skydrive I am finding this all a bit confusing. Because I love the simplicity of Dropbox and have never had a problem with syncing and best of all selective sync based on machine I would really like to stick with Dropbox, but, because I have a small business, I use Box.net for all its file management features, but I have had files go missing with them, although later returned, but none the less I am still guarded with Box.net. If Dropbox could add some neafty business features for a lower price than Box.net, then I would only use Dropbox. Box.net is great for somethings, but very, very expensive for the smaller user – and who needs a TB of space anyway? Not as if you can upload and download a TB of data.

Lars
July 11, 2012

I agree. Skydrive is horribly inefficient both at boot and updates. Dropbox, you rule.

Francesco Urbano
July 11, 2012

Avesome!
Thank you DropBox!

Jeremy Cantrell
July 11, 2012

Dropbox rocks! Thank you so much, guys!

Danny Russell
July 12, 2012

Still way more expensive than Google.

eyebo
July 12, 2012

Awesome and thank you dropbox! This was a nice surprise!

Bob B
July 12, 2012

 If your privacy is worth nothing, I suppose that you're right. I prefer Dropbox because if its excellent integration with products that I use on a daily basis. Google has yet to achieve that.

So sick of people heaping praise on Google for doing a sloppy job at wriggling into markets by undercutting everyone else.

Ronald
July 12, 2012

My phone keeps uploading the huge HD videos, could you add a “JPG only” option in the android app please?

Yan
July 12, 2012

Dropbox Thank you . We were waiting for the upgrade . Your system rocks

Justin Binko
July 12, 2012

You dont get something for nothing these days – so thank you Dropbox!

Thanks DB!
July 12, 2012

Thank you DB! Nice surprises like this are rare so this is much appreciated.

I love all these people finding something to complain about. (It's still too expensive! – waaaaaahh! – or – You should do “X” because *I* know how to run a billion-dollar company.)… ha ha ha ha.

Angelica Matveeva
July 12, 2012

I LOVE YOU, ALL THE GUYS AT DROPBOX!!!! THIS SPACE UPGRADE CAME LIKE A TOTAL SURPRISE TO ME=))! WHAT A FANTASTIC PRESENT, JUST LIKE THAT!!=)) THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

Sgt
July 12, 2012

A timely surprise! I had just reached my limit the day before and had to delete some items. Now I am happy again. Dropbox is an essential tool for me. I use it every day. Thanks!

Rene
July 12, 2012

Unfortunately a little too late for me :(
Already switched to Google Drive
/René

Grey
July 12, 2012

Dropbox simply rocks. :)

And here's for anyone wanting to join http://db.tt/V21B3zy (extra .5 GB can't hurt!)

radyo dinle
July 13, 2012

thats nice thanks all

canlı radyo dinle
July 13, 2012

yes, i will share to my ftriend

Mettafox
July 13, 2012

Yes, this upgrade is awesome, but why do not consider upgrade the free accounts too?
Instead of 2GB / 5GB of free space why not, for example, upgrade to 10 or 15 GB?

I guess this will satisfy everyone to move to Dropbox.

Howard Callender
July 14, 2012

Great job Dropbox! Nowadays everyone is storing there files online. I hope that DropBox will offer a Family Plans with better prices!

Jack
July 14, 2012

Just admit you are scared of Google Drive

matunohappa
July 15, 2012

Good job!! I noticed today that my space was gotten twice as big as before. introducing 500GB plan is definitely a great surprise as well.

Anthony
July 15, 2012

Wooooo! Coming back now! Google Drive was not as good anyway :)

Goof
July 16, 2012

You are right, but I was talking about the OS, Windows phone. The first “Windows phone” was launched in 2010. The old windows mobile is a different OS… The first Android phone was launched in 2008.

Martha
July 16, 2012

As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space.

F A Q
July 16, 2012

I would like to see DropBox offering 5GB free space in the inital Plan…may be it will give it in future

Paul Harrison
July 16, 2012

Yep, done all that and have 4.4GB – it *is* a terribly difficult thing to do to get c 20GB.  Sorry, my friends aren't all falling over themselves to use Dropbox 'cos I suggest it.  I'm in the UK, so the .edu approach doesn't work. I don't have time to solve inordinately difficult puzzles and potentially win a load of free space.

I have a policy of trying to pay for every “free” service I use. Lastpass, Xmarks, Evernote.  I would quite happily PAY SOME MONEY for more space IF there was a tier approximating to 25GB/$4.99.  But there isn't.

I really don't understand why there isn't.  My money's here for the taking Dropbox – how about it?

omian
July 17, 2012

This doubling of pro account from 50 to 100 Gb does nothing for me.I'd rather have 25 or 50 Gb for $5. So instead of welcoming this announcement, I am looking into other syncing services that have this price point  

Jeremy
July 17, 2012

You should have listened quite some time ago. I have already made the switch to Google Drive after being a loyal Dropbox customer and evangelist for years.

Dan Hlavenka
July 17, 2012

I agree. Google Drive may be cheaper, but it only integrates with Google products for the most part, and their feature-set is nowhere near Dropbox's. I would happily pay double the price the storage alone is worth, because the level of service Dropbox offer is so great.

Grey
July 17, 2012

Dropbox is the only thing working nicely and consistently across my iPad 3, Galaxy Nexus and PC.

Google Drive behaves weirdly in regard of sharing intent on my GNex (ICS), no matter what I tried, it wouldn't send my mobis/epubs to my reader apps.

Also, I found that currently more apps have better/easier integration with Dropbox than GDrive.

Of course, things can change in the future. And more competitive price for average users would be nice.

Aaron
July 20, 2012

Forgive me for leaving – I'm back after flirting with Google Drive and getting stung…

Gmail Iniciar Sesion
July 20, 2012

There is any chance to increase capacity for non paid users like me?

Daniel Mendalka
July 20, 2012

You can invite your friends to Dropbox and get 250MB free space for every one who activates his/her account. It'll give you plenty of space.

Lemuel
July 21, 2012

everyone’s adding tons of pictures and videos to Dropbox every day. As
people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have
to worry about space.

Pesos
July 22, 2012

Why don't you get an Amazon S3 or Rackspace files? It would cost you less than 4 dollars a month to store it with them.

Daniel Mendalka
July 22, 2012

Is storing files in Amazon S3 or Rackspace as easy as it is in Dropbox? Do you have app integrated deep into every system and mobile devices so you even forget is pushed over net?

Pesos
July 22, 2012

It was a suggestion that probably does't work for everyone. Personally I'm able to move around files easily between my phones and computers using Amazon S3's service. On my Mac, Windows, and Linux computers I use Bucket Explorer. On my Android phone I use Bucket Upload. I don't have an iPhone but I'm sure there's a solution app for it.

It all works very flawlessly and I've saved serious cash.

Daniel Mendalka
July 22, 2012

Thanks. That's great advice. I'll look on those apps soon.

Corematter
July 24, 2012

Where are the new plans? 
https://www.dropbox.com/plans 
All I see is pro ($9.99/mo) and teams

Chung Mora
July 24, 2012

I coincidentally about drag-and-drop upload when arrived the new interface!

Goof
July 24, 2012

That is the new plans. It is now 100/200 instead of 50/100. There is also a new plan, the 500. Enjoy =)

Thiết kế logo
July 25, 2012

I also hope the issue concerns all help. Thank you very much. Thiet ke in an

Gilon
July 25, 2012

As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space.

Ruyatabiri
July 25, 2012
Ruyatabirleri
July 25, 2012
Hayr
July 25, 2012
Alisadu2
July 27, 2012
Isidro
July 27, 2012

Dropbox every day. As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space.

HuckabaDESIGN
July 31, 2012

How do I invite friends to join dropbox pro?

James Vier Garcia
August 2, 2012

Hi Dropbox Team!

I don't know if this will make a sense,, but is it possible for you guys to put comments and discussion features on files/folders in DropBox. If this could be done, I firmly believe that many users and businesses will migrate to DropBox.

You already got your objective to share files in the easiest way,, it is time for you again to help this world by making comments and discussions easiest for all.

** DropBox business discussion made easy :)

Keep up the EXCELLENT WORK DropBox TEAM!

Dave
August 5, 2012

Use the following link to register Dropbox and get extra 500MB
 http://db.tt/IuAqwjlx

Ivan Martinez
August 5, 2012

What about sharing in this new plans ? If I have an 100GB account and share a folder with 20GB with my wife, which does not have this paid account, the size will be counted in her account like before and fill up her quota ?

Rafael
August 21, 2012

As many users have been asking, I would say the same. It would be nice to has 25 GB($2.5) and 50 GB($5) plan

Adeline Doty
September 12, 2012

Dropbox every day. As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space. 

Jimmie Denny
September 13, 2012

You already got your objective to share files in the easiest way,, it is
time for you again to help this world by making comments and
discussions easiest for all.

Leanne Hawk
September 13, 2012

As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space.

http://meganclarkedds.com/

Morgan Hoo
September 17, 2012

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 seat and enjoy the fireworks — your Dropbox will supersize itself automatically tonight.

http://www.veearcdrives.com/

Lily Hen
September 18, 2012

This goes for many of my friends and family too, who need more than 2GB but don’t need 50GB.

http://www.discountairportcarrental.com/

Cherry Watson
September 19, 2012

I want and i think you want your files be there for you forever.Does
your family photos, your friends photos, your customers files have a
price for you ?

http://www.detroitmovers.biz

maria albright
September 23, 2012

Dropbox every day. As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don’t have to worry about space.

http://homeowner-insurance-florida.com/

Linnea Canfield
October 6, 2012

Until Dropbox can host it’s own storage, it’s never going to be able to reach the price point that Google has. That’s the price you pay when you depend on someone else for your dinne

Hemphill1
October 10, 2012

Not sure if I will continue dropbox pro past current subscription! I keep getting an unable to load photo eror when I try to view a jpeg file in my dropbox. I checked the forums and there are hundreds of posts with same problem but no solution from Dropbox as far as I can find! Why save them on Dropbox if you or friends cannot view photo?

Karey Wynne
October 14, 2012

All this goodness goes live on our pricing page this evening, so stay tuned. We’ve got an extra bonus too: since sharing is caring, we’re giving existing Pro users a three month Pro 100 trial to share with friends or family!

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