DigiBoxx - India’s own Cloud Storage Launched by Niti Aayog. Checkout Pricing and Comparison with Google Drive, Dropbox and iCloud

India has got its own cloud storage service provider in DigiBoxx. Will it be people’s choice over the leaders including Google Drive, Dropbox and iCloud?

by FighterMan Updated: 08 Mar, 2022, 10:30 IST
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DigiBoxx is now launched in India by Niti Aayog as an initiative to “Atma Nirbhar Bharat''. It is a SaaS product which helps you store your data(images, videos, files, etc) along with asset management on the cloud. It is a purely make in India initiative. Moreover, all the server management is done in the country itself. Now, let's checkout its Pricing and Comparison with leading players in this space such as Google Drive, Dropbox and iCloud.

DigiBoxx - India’s own Cloud Storage Launched by Niti Aayog. Checkout Pricing and Comparison with Google Drive, Dropbox and iCloud
DigiBoxx Plans & Pricing Details

DigiBoxx is completely free for users wanting only upto 20GB of space. This free service can help you in storing images & videos as Google Photos will become a paid service starting June 1, 2021. Its plans & pricing are different depending on your usage as you can see in the table below.

Plan Name

Plan Monthly Price

Plan Features

Free User

Rs 0

  • Single User
  • Unlimited external collaborators
  • 20GB Space
  • 2GB Max file size
  • SSL secured
  • Gmail integration *
  • Real time collaboration *
  • Web preview

Individuals or Freelancers

Rs 30 onwards

  • Upto 2 TB Space
  • 10 GB Max file size
  • All features of Free User plan

Small and Medium Businesses

Rs 999 onwards

  • Upto 500 users
  • Upto 25 TB space
  • 10 GB Max file size
  • Advanced real time collaboration *
  • Automated backups
  • User management
  • Platform Training (Optional)
  • Ability to set file share expiry*
  • All features of Free User plan

Enterprises

Depends on your customization

  • 501+ Users
  • Storage Space: To be discussed
  • No Max file size
  • On-prem. Installation (Optional)
  • All features of Small and Medium Businesses plan

It has a feature called InstaShare which helps in using this service without creating an account with DigiBoxx, but it will ask for your number and email. You will explore many more fine features once you explore this service.

Comparison of DigiBoxx with Google Drive, Dropbox and iCloud

Google Drive, Dropbox and iCloud have found a new player in their industry named DigiBoxx. Talking about its features, on paper all have the same ones with some minor differences. Although, it will be interesting to see how DigiBoxx performs practically in terms of security, speed, access, and many other important factors. See their comparison below.

DigiBoxx

Google Drive

iCloud

Dropbox

Free Storage

20GB

15GB

5GB

2GB

Works on

Android App

iOS and Android Apps

iOS App

iOS and Android Apps

Minimum Paid Plan per Month

upto 2TB for Rs 30

100GB for Rs 130

50GB for Rs 75

2TB for Rs 890

Thus, DigiBoxx excels in almost all departments. Here, you get a year’s subscription of upto 24TB for Rs 360 whereas in Google Drive you pay Rs 1560/year and that too for just around 1TB.

Will India’s DigiBoxx prove its worth? Do share your opinions on it via the comments box below. You can also checkout DigiBoxx coupon codes on our site.

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Sarkari hai to Bharosemand hai stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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All your data at the mercy of government

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Good, great start as of now. More space and low prices.

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Competitive prices, I hope it takes off.

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Sarkari hai to Bharosemand hai stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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it is not govt, it is an indian startup company promoted by niti ayog

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All your data at the mercy of government

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Now ; All our data @ mercy of corporate giants ( not answerable to us @ all in any way )

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Payment failed message while creating a free account. Cant even reset my password( never asked for password while registering)

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As per the above post… “DigiBoxx excels in almost all departments. Here, you get a year’s subscription of 24TB for Rs 360 whereas in Google Drive you pay Rs 1560/year and that too for just around 1TB”

I didn’t understand if this is how the math is done.. 1 month – 2TB – Rs 30 | then 12 months – 24TB – Rs 360

I thought it would be 2TB for 12 months @ Rs 360.

Could anyone please clarify?

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Op thought, if a cloth takes 1 hr to get dried, 10 pieces of similar clothes of same size will take 10 hrs to get dried. smiling_imp

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For monthly 30 subscription you will get 100GB storage you will get.

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I just register as free user. Poor interface. Quite slow and many options like manage account and profile are unresponsive. In change language option list of languages opens but not able to select any other language. Even not able to change default password sent on mail.

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Already have free account at Box with 50gb storage sunglasses

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Ha, yea. I totally forgot about my box account. I have 25 GB (created in 2013).

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Launched by NITI AAYOG or NITI AAYOG CEO? Consider the difference

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Rs 30/month for 100GB or you can pay 360/year for 100GB
Rs 1080/year for 500GB
Rs 1440/year for 1TB
Rs 2388/year for 2TB

In description it says up to 2TB for Rs 30. It doesn’t mean 2TB for 30

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You can have 100GB free with Degoo

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It’s the worst service I have ever seen. They deleted my account and data without notice…

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Great
Loved those plans and Shame on Google being a market leader

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Its more than 3 days after payment and registration did not received the password. No way to contact them

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I had similar issue with the free account post registration. Tried the forgot password option to rest and bingo… it worked. However, this is not user friendly as google yet. Looking forward for better UI and ease of use.

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How can one trust these sarkari people who cannot even run a ITR website properly. Those who think they will manage your valuable files better than Google or Dropboxx, well, be ready for a shock or two.

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faced the same situation. and had to do reset. Yet to try using on daily basis.

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If you are storing important or private data, then stick to reputed players, no matter how pricey the plans are. These storage startup plans seem lucrative but are not sustainable in the long run.

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Superb news! Great initiative!!

Like many other things, this too was required to make India self dependent. We need not only manufacturing and services but also need our own brand.

Teething troubles are natural for any startup so I will discount that. Even if this initiative fail, it is going to open the flood gates for many other give entrepreneurs. That is already a success.

We, Indians have no privacy. All our movement, personal data and even smallest detail are with Google and Facebook. They are anyway facing huge antitrust law suits in many countries. So we should be the last one complaining about privacy. However, as always it happen in India, once there are many such services in play, government will implement their regulations too.

Happy to see all these initiatives leading to Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

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Aatmanirbhar Bharat or not, I would not want to see my files vanish or become inaccessible all of the sudden. From my experience on various government websites, my fear is very real. I would not trust anything government and waste my time, but yes, those promoting Aatmanirbhar Bharat please go ahead and share your experience.

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As of now, I will avoid this because of following reasons:

  1. Post says Digiboxx is by Niti Ayog, but I could not find this on digiboxx website
  2. Company address no where mentioned, just an email id and a mobile no in name of contact

Pls not Niti Ayog will never own such company, they may endorse under make in India program, which is no where on digiboxx website.

So store your docs at own risk smile

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Digiboxx is a startup, only launched by Niti Aayog CEO.

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Nautanki ki dukaan.

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Another freedom251.

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Digiboxx is not out if the box.Performance abdv Services will be just like BSNL

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Irrespective of plan, you will also get 24*7 monitoring free of cost.. stuck_out_tongue stuck_out_tongue
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Who in their senses would want to upload their stuff to the government.

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Last like govt have all your data already. While this not b govt but cloud provided by govt is only secure option. Google, fb, wapp already selling your data and earning billions.

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Third class app everytime i tried to login it shows internal server error.

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Govt employee who work on dis might sell data stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes

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Anyone using it?
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