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MediaFire Wipes the Floor with Other Cloud Services, Offers 1TB Storage Space for $2.5


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MediaFire is making things difficult for all other cloud service providers out there by introducing a brand new subscription plan for consumers, offering 1TB of storage for $2.5 per month.

The company already offers 100GB of free space, but the new Pro and Business plans are available for a promotional price.

While normally $5 per month, the 1TB storage space is now available for half the price, while the $50 Business plan that offers up to 100 TB space now costs $25. New customers can choose to pay for a single month or for an entire year, thus letting everyone take advantage of the promo for a longer time, not to mention the fact that the yearly plan comes with an additional price cut.

Along with the rather cool promos, MediaFire is also bringing in several major updates.

All users, whether they’ve chosen the free account type or one of the ones you have to pay for, will now be able to upload individual files of up to 20 Gb when using native 64-bit browsers.

MediaFire Desktop has also received a big update as it finally takes a step out of Beta grounds. The tool has been updated to fix bugs and deliver major speed upgrades. Native apps for iPad and Android devices are in the works and will be made available in the coming weeks. They’ll feature new abilities, including the possibility to automatically s
ync photographs from your Android mobile device to the cloud, similar to the option offered by Google.

The Developer Resource Portal and API have been overhauled completely. From now on, they will enable developers to integrate MediaFire Storage and file sharing quite easily, directly into applications. Native SDK’s are also in the works and will be delivered for all major platforms and languages.

Now that these announcements have been made, MediaFire is waging war against the likes of Google, especially since the Internet giant has recently dropped the monthly Drive prices to offer huge amounts of cloud storage.

When it comes to competitors such as Dropbox and Box, there’s no real comparison, considering that Dropbox charges $10 per month for 100GB, twice as much as Box does for the same storage space.

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tusfiles = 1 TB --> $0 / month

usersfiles = No limit --> $0 / month

U mad mediaFire :P ?

tusfiles --> file/files have downloaded at least once in a month or deleted...

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tusfiles = 1 TB --> $0 / month

usersfiles = No limit --> $0 / month

U mad mediaFire :P ?

tusfiles --> file/files have downloaded at least once in a month or deleted...

Who cares ? If they delete my files, I can reupload it as long as I have the files :lol:

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tusfiles = 1 TB --> $0 / month

usersfiles = No limit --> $0 / month

U mad mediaFire :P ?

tusfiles --> file/files have downloaded at least once in a month or deleted...

Who cares ? If they delete my files, I can reupload it as long as I have the files :lol:

i don't care if i have my own host with unlimited storage :)

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tusfiles --> file/files have downloaded at least once in a month or deleted...

180 days (about 6 months) for registered users.

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and then Mediafire will delete if you put violated file such as cracked windows

mad MFemot-supaburn.gif

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and then Mediafire will delete if you put violated file such as cracked windows
mad MFemot-supaburn.gif

encrypt it

MF dont allow encryption/passwording archives etc.

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Finally i change the file extension eg windows 8.iso --> widow8.mp3 and instruct

the recipient to rename it.

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SFTP / WebDAV / QuickConnet / SSH / Telnet / TFTP

20TB Storage Free forever

No DMCA or BS about warez

In-house Security

Better than that? Impossible. That's why I love my Synology =)

Synology%20DS1513+.jpg

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There was promotion from Mail.Ru with 1TB Cloud free forever. It was in January 2014. :)

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software182

There was promotion from Mail.Ru with 1TB Cloud free forever. It was in January 2014. :)

It's russian, and I think it doesn't support for english.

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