Lower Prices and Bigger Cloud Storage with pCloud

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The team of the promising cloud storage service pCloud announced that they are significantly decreasing their prices - 1TB storage goes for $7.99 per month.

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The team of the promising cloud storage service pCloud announced today that they are significantly decreasing their prices.

Other than the already generous free (Basic) cloud space of 20GB, the service now has two options to upgrade to. The new paid plans are Premium - 500 GB and Premium Plus - 1TB (1024GB), while the free option is now called Basic and it stays at up to 20 GB space.

With prices of $3.99 per month for Premium and $7.99 per month for Premium Plus (on yearly subscription), pCloud takes one of the top places in the price/quality ratio category. Payment can be made through PayPal and Bitcoins.

The cloud storage platform offers full featured mobile apps for iOS and Android, and Desktop Synchronization for Windows, Mac and Linux.

pCloud has a lot of advantages over other popular services. No file size and speed limits - a thing just to start with. Besides the typical folder sharing and generating a download link to a file or folder, pCloud has a unique feature called Upload link that makes it possible for other people to upload directly to your pCloud account. Another thing the team is proud of, is the pCloud Audio player that plays any audio formats, including .flac. The iOS application has an option for re-encoding to iPhone compatible video format, if needed, when exporting it to media library.

pCloud’s ambitious plans for the future include refined Business plans for company shared cloud storage, encryption and a virtual drive. pCloud users don’t have to worry about the privacy and security of their files,
because all their data is copied and stored on at least three server locations in a highly-secured data center, using TLS/SSL encryption protocols.

If you are looking for a reliable and affordable cloud storage, pCloud is the product for you!

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Tundzhel Zafer
since: 08/2013
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