Google Is Ending Their Free Cloud Photo Storage


The good things in life are free or so the saying goes. Well no anymore for this until now free photo storage from a king of the online world. There are many sad people now as to how this was effected. They claim that when the service was rolled out it was meant to be for a lifetime or so the company stated. Now they are finding out that a lifetime is dependent on what the company deems it is. They feel that they have been hooked to store their photo’s with the company. Just for it to turn the tables on them in what they feel is a bait and switch operation. Many have gone on social networks to voice their displeasure. Nevertheless, the company says they have time with their current allocations and will not start paying for a number of years yet.

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