The most original part of our file hosting service is in our commitment to permanently upgrade services through interactive communication with users
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 11, 2006 –
Oxyshare.com, a brand new hosting service facilitating free file hosting and file sharing, launched February 1 and is driven to become the premier file utility site on the Internet. Users can upload files to Oxyshare.com and access them on any other computer without using disks, flash drives or any other device.
“Our project is driven by excessive ambitions,” said Alex Smith, PR Officer for Oxyshare “We are going not only to bring to leading file-hosting services, but even outstrip them. In comparison with other file hosting services we offer unique conditions for our users.”
Perhaps the most unique aspect of Oxyshare.com's business model is that all services are free to users. Sure, customers may wish to upgrade to paid service when they see all the ways the new site helps users with free file hosting and file sharing. But at root, customers can and always will be able to use the service for free. The interface is attractive and easy to use.
Among Oxyshare.com's other notable features are:
file sizes of up to 700 MB;
unlimited upload speeds;
e-mail file delivery;
support for pausing and resuming downloads.
Account management is easy and intuitive and all users may edit or delete files from their account. However, Oxyshare.com is more than just a simple online storage systems. Instead, developers are committed to facilitating free file hosting and file sharing by continually upgrading services in response to customer demand.
Premium account users have access to the following upgrades:
download speeds of 200 MB/sec;
Unlimited upload speeds;
Support for e-mail delivery;
90 days hosting if there are no download requests.
“The most original part of our file hosting service is in our commitment to permanently upgrade services through interactive communication with users,” Smith said. “We are going to make belonging to Oxyshare.com a socially oriented project – if users want any features, we'll develop them at the earliest possible date.”
Site developers will poll users of their free file hosting and file sharing service to see what upgrades they want and will post poll results to users can see if the site developers are keeping their word. In addition, if users find and report bugs on the site, they will earn cash rewards.
In the future, Oxyshare.com will pursue partnerships with online electronics stores. Since user data shows the most enthusiastic file utility site users are into digital photography, Smith said, so alliances with digital camera stores make sense.
Oxyshare.com launches this week with a mission to help make free file hosting and file sharing easy.
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