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Lifetime and Unlimited Online Storage, your files will live forever at MEGAUPLOAD for 199euro = 175.00pound

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Been using this Megaupload Lifetime Platinum Membership for more than a year now to store all my files online. I know it is a bit of expensive but u got unlimited storage and lifetime account. I sha… Read More
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Been using this Megaupload Lifetime Platinum Membership for more than a year now to store all my files online. I know it is a bit of expensive but u got unlimited storage and lifetime account.
I share this acc with 2 of my friend for 1 account so it works out cheaper. It is very useful and we never had any problem uploading large file unless my internet connection is slow.

A lifetime platinum account is a premium account that never expires. You pay a one-time fee and enjoy the full range of premium benefits for the rest of your life. Lifetime Platinum accounts are personal, so you cannot include them in your inheritance!

This offering is one of the best deals in the industry and may not be available forever, so get yours now!
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#1
"your files will live forever at MEGAUPLOAD for 199euro = 175pound"

What happens if the company goes t*ts up?

COLD
#2
Just out of interest how is this any better than buying your own external drive and backing it up to that? Surely their drives are just as likely to fail as your own?
#3
cdm22
Just out of interest how is this any better than buying your own external drive and backing it up to that? Surely their drives are just as likely to fail as your own?


You upload on their servers and people can download off them, not saying the user use it for warez or anything like that but thats alot of the stuff that go on servers like this.
#4
cdm22
Just out of interest how is this any better than buying your own external drive and backing it up to that? Surely their drives are just as likely to fail as your own?

This is online storage, for distributing to friends etc.

Is it a good deal? Not sure TBH - I pay £50/year for 50GB of dropbox (but that does so much more)



Edited By: mikerr on Oct 21, 2010 10:15: .
#5
And BTW, this is their usual membership package which has been there since ages. How can this be any deal!


Edited By: deathlord on Oct 21, 2010 10:14: .
#6
Ok, thanks guys, wasn't mentioned in the first post that you could do that but i guess it rather obvious! :)
#7
yupp i know this has been this price for ages.. I just post it to help anyone who need any unlimited online storage for a lifetime.. cheers
#8
2 years is less than half the price (80 euro = £70ish?) - That would take you up to the end of 2012 and who knows what fileservers will be being used in 2013? MU are pretty good currently
#9
Tom Pickering
"your files will live forever at MEGAUPLOAD for 199euro = 175pound"What happens if the company goes t*ts up?COLD

Exactly.What happens to your files if that happens?
Do they get transferred to another company?
You need to check all their T&Cs.
#10
cant see how your files can "live forever"-like rapidshare/hotfile etc-megaupload is riddled with illegal material and there is always the possibility that the authorities will crack down.I suspect that the number of people using it for legitimate use is miniscule.
banned#11
worst 'deal' of the day award

we dont need normal price items being posted lol
#12
who the hell still uses megaupload? Fileserve is where it's at these days.
#13
I agree with Crosshash. FileServe is where it's at nowadays 8). Everything worth downloading is now uploaded there. I highly recommend them. I used to be Rapidshare fanboy but they hit their own self destruct button when they introduced the retarded rapids system and insanely restrictive download limits. My money now goes to Fileserve
#14
This is probably someone who works for megaupload trying to big up his company. Mairulz, come back when you're offering the same storage at half price. Kthxbai
#15
Mairlulz
#16
That word "lifetime" - the legal eagles have decided it doesn't mean, er, lifetime.
#17
musicals
That word "lifetime" - the legal eagles have decided it doesn't mean, er, lifetime.

It's probably as restricted as unlimited internet, texts and voice with mobile networks and ISPs.
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cdm22
Just out of interest how is this any better than buying your own external drive and backing it up to that? Surely their drives are just as likely to fail as your own?
A single drive is just as likely to fail but this is where redundancy comes in. If one drive, or even more than one, fails, the data lives on because it is replicated on other drives. This is completely transparent, so if a drive fails, you will never know because your data is always available.

Also, where is your external hard drive? If it's in the same place as your PC then what happens if your house burns down or you get burgled?

Finally, you can access this from anywhere with a net connection. So your laptop can backup automatically while you are travelling.

Online backups are a good idea for really important, irreplaceable stuff (photos, important documents, the novel you are writing). However, I am not sure if Megaupload is a decent service for backups. Amazon S3 (e.g. via JungleDisk) is probably better. You can pay a low monthly fee (say $3.50 for 10GB of data).
#19
i think if you go thru a us proxy it is only $199 so £128 pounds..

i bot a lifetime account when gbpusd was 2.00 so got a good rate of £100 for lifetime..

oh yeah: i wouldn't use it for keeping valuable data unless you also have it backed up elsewhere..

Edited By: anh_duong on Oct 21, 2010 14:39: sp
#20
Crosshash
who the hell still uses megaupload? Fileserve is where it's at these days.

Try telling that to the millions who use JDownloader.
#21
lol

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