Need 50G online storage.. is this a good deal?

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Trend Micro Premium edition from Amazon (looks sell by tigerdirect/ amazon)


There is some free storage but only up to 5-10 GB level.

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ms have skydrive for 25G free.
im not sure they still have 25G free.

Glide is offering 30gb free

http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1229490/

And if you need 50gb then I believe Amazon Cloud Drive is the cheapest @ $25/yr.

If you are techie enough and for some paranoids.
http://www.seagate.com/external-hard-drives/home-entertainment/m...
i bought the earler version with single slot and bought the 1TB HDD for about $150 a year back.
Now i have a personal 1TB cloud storage.
It is a pogoplug implmentaion by seagate. has worked beautifully so far and i have only filled 60GB so far.
Apps for PC, IOS, Android and you are in business.
This is one on one personal cloud.
Recently pogoplug added another service for family, i think $10/mo shared between 5 members of family.
Lately i have seen go flex net as low as $30 on eBay. buy your HDD and you have personal storage.
Limitation is your internet connection. Advantage is you can reach your cloud storage from anywhere you can get on internet.

Anyone used Trend Micro Premium software? they claim to offer 50G free storage... price on Amazon is around 30 or so plus some crappy anti virus software


.. seems not too bad compare to Amazon cloud $25/yar

50GB for FREE at MediaFire.com

i have been with and love spideroak for a long time. i highly recommend. they have various promo codes around but offer 50% off if you are a student.

oldfishvt said:   Anyone used Trend Micro Premium software? they claim to offer 50G free storage... price on Amazon is around 30 or so plus some crappy anti virus software


.. seems not too bad compare to Amazon cloud $25/yar


If you look at the Trend Micro website the product details show the 50GB is only for 1 year - http://esupport.trendmicro.com/solution/en-us/1059161.aspx#solut... Then it looks like the regular pricing is $89.95/yr.

Largest I could find at this time. No experience at all with this company so use at your own risk, but they are offering 60GB free:

http://www.gphost.org/

Google Drive is $60/yr for 100GIG.

jasonatq1520radiocom said:   Largest I could find at this time. No experience at all with this company so use at your own risk, but they are offering 60GB free:

http://www.gphost.org/


I don't know, their website looks like has been done by a highschooler...

ADrive is not bad - http://www.adrive.com/personal - the plan with the Basic Features is Free.
Provides 50GB free and has 2GB file limit. That's what I use and seems to be working with no problems so far.

I think MediaFire.com or some other 50GB free online solutions require you to be visiting your stored data regularly (login to the website every 90 days). I don't think this is the case with ADrive.



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