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Dropbox CEO: "We're Not Cutting Prices"

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Drew Houston defends his file-storage service against charges that it's overpriced and underfeatured.

A hundred gigabytes of storage, enough for years and years of photos, costs $9.99 a month on Dropbox. Google Drive, a largely similar service, costs $1.99, or 80 percent less.

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston defended his company's pricing under tough questioning Wednesday evening by Recode journalists Liz Gannes and Walt Mossberg in an interview at the Code Conference in Los Angeles.

“We’re not cutting prices,” said Houston.

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I find it hard to believe people will continue to be loyal to Dropbox with such price pressure.

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