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I bought a new Chromebook. If I redeem the free 100 GB for 2 years but don't go over my original 15 GB do I still have to pay?
asked by Jeff J. on August 8, 2013
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From what I've read, JJ, you get to keep for free whatever amount of the 100GB you have used at he end of the 2 years. However, you can only access the pre-stored files - you can't add anything to Google Drive without purchasing more storage. That would suggest that you can't edit the files, without requiring paid storage space.

I'm not sure what happens if you delete old files after the 2 years - does that release free storage, or do you then just lose that space?
Dr. Mark Tweedie answered on August 9, 2013
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