Google apparently does not want to be outdone by rival Amazon Web Services when it comes to cloud storage pricing.
The web giant announced a 10 percent price cut last Friday to its cloud storage services, following a 20 percent reduction earlier last week.
The overall 30 percent price cut comes as Google's rival Amazon Web Services unveiled a 25 percent cut in its Amazon simple storage service at its AWS re: Invent partner conference in Las Vegas.
"We are very committed to delivering the best value in the marketplace to businesses and developers looking to operate in the cloud," a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
"This price reduction applies to all cloud storage regions and the new DRA Storage."