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nickmers

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Hello, sorry for muy english, Im spanish. I had all my content in one teamdrive that I bought for 15€ . Yesterday all teamdrives that this person not work cause something with Google.

I see that is possible get an account unlimeted ( I read in the forum) but the option says just 1tb if have less than 5 users.

How much cost an own account unlimeted?

Thanks if someone can help.
 

macfreaker

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I have (alone) a Google Bussiness account (10€/month) for a while now and I have this moment more then 80TB on movies and series.
So no worry.
 
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Edrock200

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Over 150TB no issues, but keep in mind Google may choose to enforce the 1tb limit at any time, which, if it happens, you will need to buy 4 more accounts, or team up with 4 other people. Still worth it IMO but just wanted to put that out there.
 

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I’d really recommend against using one of those ebay accounts, as they get disabled all the time. I’ve, like others, been on the $12/mo business plan (with one user) and it‘s working great (currently at 110 Tb).
 

Edrock200

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Second this. I spent more on those before I knew about the unlimited biz accounts because the "lifetime" accounts kept getting banned after a month or two. If they ever do enforce I'm sure their will be pool threads to get to 5 accounts, or there's always the 3 account Dropbox deal, both of which come out to $60/mo. I think Dropbox is unlimited throughput but limited API hits and Google has more than enough API hits but daily transfer caps. That being said unless you upload more than 750gb a day, I've never hit any of the other limits.
 

Yekul

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Worth mentioning it did used to read unlimited (actual), as I purchased it during this time. Now it has changed to the 1TB figure. So it's on their radar, but seems to not be something they're actively chasing up. I also have over the 1TB limit no issues.
 

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