FileFrisbee, a New Startup for Sending Large Files, Launches into Public Beta

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Makes it easier for people and businesses to reliably send large files securely.

We recognized that’s lots of people only need to send large files on an occasional basis – so we made it free for these users.

FileFrisbee lets people easily share and send large files with their friends, family and work colleague - files such as videos, photos, databases, drawings, music etc that are typically too large to send as an email attachment.

FileFrisbee supports files up to 4GB in size, and lets users upload direct from the browser without needing to either download or install software. And neither the sender nor the recipient needs to signup for an account.

FileFrisbee recognises that a large number of people will need to send large files on an infrequent basis - FileFrisbee lets users send 5 files a month (up to 250MB in size) at no cost. Paid plans are available for users with greater needs.

“It’s almost impossible to send videos, photos and other large media files by email.” commented Ieuan Friend, CEO of FileFrisbee. “FileFrisbee lets users quickly and easily send large files to their friends, family, work colleagues and clients. – and do it securely.”

FileFrisbee uses Amazon S3 data centres for storage and industry standard SSL encryption to protect file transfers.

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