I would not entrust even my wallpapers folder to be stored on something owned by google or designed by google. All they want is milking users of their personal data.
Think amazon is the best, at least in 1TB+ space. No spiking prices. I got only about 100GB of data so 1TB is enough, won't pay for 2TB though, as there are cheaper alternatives.
tighoor1, 16 Aug 2018I am in California and it is not available yet. RedHats hate him
Fayth, 16 Aug 2018what if I forget to pay my monthly subscription? will my 2TB files deleted by Google?
the que... moreIt's there. Google will warn user about the payment and a "frozen" data. It's there, you can download it, but you cant modify it. Until the due date, data will not be deleted.
If users are not paying the subs again, and have no care for the warning, then bye bye!
ProJames, 16 Aug 2018A CC has no funds to begin with. It's credit.
If you did not pay your CC bill then you pay in... moreAlthough it's a credit card, and hence no funds, it does impose a credit limit. Everyone using one should have know about this. So the question still applied. What would happen when the charges are rejected because of the card is over-limit?
The answer is, depends on the service terms. But the common practice is, the file you already uploaded is intact. You can still read it. But you can't upload new files. Not even after deleting some of existing files. At least until you delete large enough of files so you have some free space according to the free version limit. By then, you can upload new files.
MR.RICHBUTNONSENSE, 16 Aug 2018nah still cant beat trivago when it comes to hotels! sad.Username checks out
MR.RICHBUTNONSENSE, 16 Aug 2018nah still cant beat trivago when it comes to hotels! sad.Trivago is cheap I send my servents in my gold plated private jet with my Gold Plated iPhone X with Ruby as Apple logo to book my hotels
NichtsGemacht, 16 Aug 2018And what happens after, if the card has no funds?A CC has no funds to begin with. It's credit.
If you did not pay your CC bill then you pay interest fees. Simple as that.
ProJames, 16 Aug 2018This is why they ask you for your CC. You won't forget since it's auto billing And what happens after, if the card has no funds?