Google Drive’s free, entry-level storage of 15 GB is more than enough for most people around but if you are the kind who likes storing entire libraries in the cloud or just want more peace of mind, you’re in luck today.
Celebrating Safer Internet Day for the second year in a row, the Mountain View-based firm is providing 2 GB of free storage to users who check their security settings.
Here’s How to Claim Your Free Extra Storage on Google Drive
Luckily, the process is just as easy as you’d imagine, too. You just have to:
- Visit the security check-up site;
- Sign-in and confirm your settings, permissions and devices;
- You can now enjoy your free 2 GB storage.
As said earlier, the company has been following the Safer Internet Day traditions for two years in a row. It is a nice way of rewarding users while also ensuring their security and privacy is being met.
We are not quite sure how much long till this offer lasts so you’d better hurry up to avail it.
Safer Internet Day is celebrated on the 9th of February, with a theme of “Play your part for a better internet!” It is organized by Insafe “to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world.”
Of course, if you want even more storage, you always have the option of easing your wallet a bit by paying $1.99 per month for 100 GB of storage as well. Of course, you can also take the cheaper route by embracing a new service to go with Drive instead, but as far as inconvenience goes, it is a pretty hefty nuisance.