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Remember this is for 1yr only subscription.
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Remember this is for 1yr only subscription.
Got a littke too excited there af first. I knew it was too good to be true.
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better than full price
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Mr. Snowden says to avoid Dropbox at all costs.
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You can add on keys now so it's not as bad as before where you have to remove to add a key each time one of your keys is used.
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I got 1 TB free but not even stored 1 MB. Its a waste of money if you are not using it.
That's true about anything
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Awesome! I was just coming up on renewal. Thanks!
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Mr. Snowden says to avoid Dropbox at all costs.
what is recommended for online storage now a days?
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out of curiosity, why would one go with dropbox over, say, onedrive for the same price? with one drive for the same price, you can get the 5 user plan (so you can share with 5 people who all get 1TB space) _and_ you get office 365 for each user.

I assume for the most part, both offer same features as far as cloud storage/sharing, no?
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Saw that Dell was doing a "Black Friday" in July sale soon (hate that this is now a "thing") and in the past Dell has had Dropbox for $59 + a Dell eGiftcard so if you don't need this right away may hold off to see if there may be a better deal. Agree with another post that it is better than full price if you need it now.
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out of curiosity, why would one go with dropbox over, say, onedrive for the same price? with one drive for the same price, you can get the 5 user plan (so you can share with 5 people who all get 1TB space) _and_ you get office 365 for each user.

I assume for the most part, both offer same features as far as cloud storage/sharing, no?

I tried Dropbox for a bit and it is a good independent storage solution. I found that OneDrive was good enough and I could work with its quirks. I already paid for an Office 365 subscription so Dropbox really is like double paying especially since I don't need many of the unique features it offers (better sharing capabilities, etc)
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I tried Dropbox for a bit and it is a good independent storage solution. I found that OneDrive was good enough and I could work with its quirks. I already paid for an Office 365 subscription so Dropbox really is like double paying especially since I don't need many of the unique features it offers (better sharing capabilities, etc)
It's also for redundancy... as big as these companies are, while they may never go away, doesn't mean they won't ever get hacked or god forbid, hardware failures. They could also go down right when you need some powerpoint file for a company presentation and your job is on the line... lol Obviously if you don't require the redundancy then it's definitely a waste of money to get multiple cloud storage... personally, to my wife's chagrin I waste a lot of money as I have dropbox, box, onedrive, gdrive, amazon, zoolz, etc etc... lol
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out of curiosity, why would one go with dropbox over, say, onedrive for the same price? with one drive for the same price, you can get the 5 user plan (so you can share with 5 people who all get 1TB space) _and_ you get office 365 for each user.

I assume for the most part, both offer same features as far as cloud storage/sharing, no?
Or amazon drive for $59.99 year+ extra 5 GB for prime members.
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