MediaFire now offering 1TB of cloud storage for $5 per month

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The folks at MediaFire are now offering users 1TB of cloud storage for just $5 per month. This is much cheaper compared to rivals like Dropbox or Google Drive, with the latter offering the same amount of storage for $10 per month. One area where MediaFire falls behind though is with regards to dedicated applications and support on other devices. However, the team is reportedly launching revamped iOS and Android apps in the coming days, so as to make things easier for users.

If you’re looking for a long term storage solution, MediaFire fits the bill perfectly. However if you’re looking to access content from the cloud on a regular basis, Dropbox or Google Drive might be a better alternative, although it won’t be long until MediaFire gets there. Thanks to cloud storage services like these, users can save large files on the cloud without worrying about losing them. We’ve seen mobile manufacturers bundling smartphones with plenty of free cloud storage, so even they realize its potential.

Source: MediaFire

Via: Android Central

One Reply to “MediaFire now offering 1TB of cloud storage for $5 per month”

  1. It seems that cloud storage companies are beginning to lower their storage prices. Not good for companies like Dropbox and Box. However, for business, where the real money in the cloud war is at, it’s the additional user prices that generally make the biggest difference. I found this out first hand when my company was looking for prices. Just to give you a range of comparison, we went with the cheapest we found (DriveHQ) at $6 per user a year, vs. Box who was at $420 per year. Lot of money to be saved right there. It’ll be interesting to see if companies begin to shift in that direction. MediaFire has a bit of work to do in order to become really competitive in the cloud market, but I think it can be done. They just need to focus on business like the rest of them.

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