How can I get cheap, unlimited cloud storage?

jonas-e October 4, 2014

Hi, I’m looking for a cloud backup solution for my Linux Mint machine, and I read your article about that:

5 Great Cloud Backup Tools & Services That Fully Support Linux 5 Great Cloud Backup Tools & Services That Fully Support Linux If you ask any power user for one good piece of advice that applies to any operating system, it would be to back up your files regularly. As much as technology can be helpful, it... Read More

Bitcasa sound promising – however, they don’t seem to provide unlimited space anymore. It’s now $25 / month for 25GB and $250 / month for 2.5TB. In other words, very expensive.
– Either you made a mistake and should update your information.
– Or I misunderstood, in which case I would appreciate if you would help me understand how to get unlimited space for 10$ pr month.

  1. Jan F.
    October 4, 2014 at 4:19 pm

    Crashplan offers unlimited storage for $6 per month (less if you pay ahead)

    SpiderOak offers 100GB for $10 per month.

    Wuala offers 100GB for €9 per month (about $12)*

    I do suggest testing the offerings beforehand and evaluate how long it takes for your regular backups to be uploaded. It doesn't really make sense to use such a service if your daily backups take half a week to be uploaded.

    * Wuala is more of an option for European users duo to their data centers being in central Europe

  2. jonas-e
    October 4, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    Thanks, that clears things up a bit. However, it is now 99$/m for unlimited - ie 10 times what it used to be :(

  3. Bruce E
    October 4, 2014 at 11:00 am

    You were apparently looking at the pricing for their platform solutions. Their personal solutions still have an unlimited option, but their pricing has changed. It has gone up to $99/month for unlimited. You can get up to 20GB free and up to 1TB for $10/month. [Broken Link Removed]