500Gb pCloud Lifetime Cloud Storage - £49 @ Android central
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500Gb pCloud Lifetime Cloud Storage - £49 @ Android central

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Found 24th Dec 2016
Less than £50 (exchange rates depend) for a lifetime 500GB Cloud storage. Great iOS and Google apps and Mac/Windows Programs.

You've got too many files in your life to effectively manage on just one device, which is where pCloud comes in handy. A supremely secure web storage space for all of your photos, videos, music, documents, and more, pCloud gives you an easily accessible place to store your valuables without taking up any precious data on your devices. With unrivaled transfer speed and security, pCloud makes saving and sharing memories extremely easy.

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Good price. TY

Why is this a bad deal?

Every make of drive I have had has given up on me, I know its only 500GB but for a life time sub this seems like a good deal.

If you disagree please tell me why before I get it:-)
Edited by: "Yaradabbadoo" 24th Dec 2016

Original Poster

Cheers. My thoughts too. Might not be everyones cup of tea but useful for someone and a lot cheaper than some. Its also a life time offer so no renewal etc.

Yaradabbadoo

Why is this a bad deal?Every make of drive I have had has given up on me, … Why is this a bad deal?Every make of drive I have had has given up on me, I know its only 500GB but for a life time sub this seems like a good deal.If you disagree please tell me why before I get it:-)



Edited by: "GigahurtzUK" 24th Dec 2016

It doesn't have the Crypt directory but you can always crypt your files in zip or whatever before pushing them onto the server.

The price just to let them worry about failing drives is well worth it let along the 500gb storage.

Yaradabbadoo

It doesn't have the Crypt directory but you can always crypt your files … It doesn't have the Crypt directory but you can always crypt your files in zip or whatever before pushing them onto the server..



Is that a complicated thing to do?

@poisondawf - I use Linux so its pretty easy but on windows a quick google search came up with 7-zip.org/ which has "Strong AES-256 encryption in 7z and ZIP formats" thats good enough unless you have Government Security Docs and somebody knows you have them to bother taking the time to try and open them with the brute force method.

quora.com/How…les


Edited by: "Yaradabbadoo" 24th Dec 2016

No idea why this is cold thou - I guess the company could go out of business but it gets good reviews.

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Yaradabbadoo

@poisondawf - I use Linux so its pretty easy but on windows a quick … @poisondawf - I use Linux so its pretty easy but on windows a quick google search came up with http://www.7-zip.org/ which has "Strong AES-256 encryption in 7z and ZIP formats" thats good enough unless you have Government Security Docs and somebody knows you have them to bother taking the time to try and open them with the brute force method.https://www.quora.com/How-secure-are-encrypted-Zip-files



Thanks for that.
I am about to start (after xmas) using a chromebook which my wife has bought for me, and try and not use my laptop.
I only browse, book holidays and that sort of stuff so I am not an intensive user.
However, I do have documents and about 15,000 pictures that i would like to store, and keep away from prying eyes.
pCloud might just be the job!
£49.00 for 500gb of srorage for life cant be that bad..unless as someone mentioned above, they go out of business

Original Poster

I'm pretty sure most services (google, apple, amazon etc) will have T&C's stating they may limit, restrict, discontinue or change the services they provide at any time.

Down to personal choice if you go ahead of course.

GigahurtzUK

I'm pretty sure most services (google, apple, amazon etc) will have T&C's … I'm pretty sure most services (google, apple, amazon etc) will have T&C's stating they may limit, restrict, discontinue or change the services they provide at any time. Down to personal choice if you go ahead of course.



Totally agree with you, they all have clauses whereby they can change just about anything as they see fit

Thanks for posting this, i've been looking into cloud storage as my current provider is being discontinued.

PCloud sent me a special offer with 50% off, so 500Gb for $47.88 a year, or 2Tb for $71.88 a year.

So this deal is ludicrously cheap compared.

The only reason I have not already ordered is in case there is a caveat - eg buying through android central, will I still get the full service? For use on any/all devices?!
Edited by: "mac5229james" 29th Dec 2016

Original Poster

Hi. I think android central is simply a reseller so your are signing up with pCloud. All features are
Included (crypt is not included but this requires a higher package)

mac5229james

Thanks for posting this, i've been looking into cloud storage as my … Thanks for posting this, i've been looking into cloud storage as my current provider is being discontinued.PCloud sent me a special offer with 50% off, so 500Gb for $47.88 a year, or 2Tb for $71.88 a year. So this deal is ludicrously cheap compared.The only reason I have not already ordered is in case there is a caveat - eg buying through android central, will I still get the full service? For use on any/all devices?!


there is a first purchase code available . that brings it down to £45 . deal finishes on 24 jan
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