Box.net Offers 50GB Lifetime Upgrade For All Android Users [Update]

Box net logo   Box.net Offers 50GB Lifetime Upgrade For All Android Users [Update]Storage provider Box.net is offering a free 50GB to all Android users who log into the Box application on their Android device before the 23rd of March. The storage upgrade is applicable for life once applied.

Box.net is an online storage service which is accessible from the web, smartphones and tablets. This cloud data management makes it easy to back up and store your files, sync between devices and share with friends. A regular Box.net account has 5BG space for use, with upgrades available at monthly rates.

To take advantage of the Box.net storage upgrade deal, install the latest update of the Box.net application on your Android smartphone or Android tablet. As soon as you log in or register for a new account you will be notified of the 50GB upgrade.

The updated Box.net application also has a few new features, including improved language support, comment viewing and the ability to invite collaborators to share files.

Previously, this deal was made available to LG Android owners iOS users, but it’s recently been extended to include all Android users.

Box net Android Upgrade   Box.net Offers 50GB Lifetime Upgrade For All Android Users [Update]

Hurry now to get your upgrade as the Box.net Android deal finishes on the 23rd of March. Be sure to let all your friends know!

Source: Box.net Android

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qox

25 MB SIZE LIMIT PER FILE.
25 MB SIZE LIMIT PER FILE.
25 MB SIZE LIMIT PER FILE.

It’s not the first time Ive been tricked into reading an “article” that turns out to be an ad. I still don’t like it.

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Tiffany

This video is a bit older than the recent vesorin of WIN Remote. Drag and drop should work like on a normal laptop’s touchpad: Double tab and hold the second tab.

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Ralph

From BOX FAQ
What is the file upload limit?Normally free Box Personal accounts have a 25MB upload limit, but we’re bumping it up to 100MB for this promotion in order to help you get the most out of your 50GB of storage. With a 100MB upload limit, you’ll be able to easily save pictures, presentations, audio files and documents to the cloud.Reading is fundamental.  :-)  besides it’s free storage.

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Mohamed Shehata

Amazing, because of your post, I just made an account and got the 50Gbyte message, I think I will switch from DropBox, let me test their service and desktop app to check how that will work with me, Thanks for the post again .

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Mohamed Shehata

qox, I just checked now on the settings panel i can read that the maximum file size is 100Mbyte .
“Max file size:

100 MB
— Upload files up to 2GB”

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qox

 Thank you, I’ll try it then .. until the 23rd when they bring it back to 25MB (it’s a guess, didnt find the faq..).
Still worth mentionning, dont you think ? compared to other cloud services..

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swayaminfotech

Amazing, because of your post, I just made an account and got the 50Gbyte message,

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mebsd

there is no mac app for it?

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Colin

Upgrade worked for me. Thanks for pointing out this offer.

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James

was gutted about the iphone only offer so this is great news. Thanks!

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Priti

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purity matters

one CANNOT change one’s own box.net password !!!!

to change user password one must email tech support

WTH is that?

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Angela Alcorn

You can definitely change your own password on the website. Maybe you just can’t via the Android/iOS application.

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Routy

Just make sure to NEVER upgrade your account… I decided that I wanted to give their paid version a try, figured out it just wasn’t for me and wanted to go back to what I previously had… Not so. They will take away the 50GB account and set you at 5GB. The only real value in upgrading for me was going to be the ability to use the Box Sync – which is not as good as DropBox. I also used this account to share files with my clients, after upgrading, I was limited to only being able to do that to 3 people, rather than the unlimited that I was able to do before? And forget about any kind of refund. I requested an account downgrade 2 days after signing up and they responded (after about 3-4 days) by letting me know that they didn’t issue refunds. I do not trust this company and am happy to have become a premium dropbox member instead… Stay far away – that is unless you have your 50GB; in that case NEVER upgrade!!

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Angela Alcorn

What a horror story! Thanks for the warning.