Google vows to increase Gmail storage limit

Google has just announced standard Gmail accounts will get a storage increase as part of the Infinity+1 plan. Standard users will get a rough increase of about 1GB of space, plus creeping increases over time. While businesses and schools that are part of the Google Apps program will see storage increase to an unspecified amount (likely a few extra GB). Premier Edition users will notice a change from 10GB to 25GB, for the same fees they currently pay. ($50/user, per year)
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