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AOL to offer 5Gb of free file space

comments by ClifNotes, Aug 2006


Bill wrote to tell me about this free online file hosting service that is due to come out sometime in September. It's hard to believe that AOL can afford to do this, but I won't complain. Gimme my free 5 Gigs!


Quote from AOL

AOL today announced that, starting in early September, it would make 5 GB of online storage available for free to all Web users. The storage offering, powered by AOL's award-winning Xdrive(R) service, will allow users to back up important files like photos, documents, music, videos, and more. Users will be able to access their files from any PC or mobile device with a Web connection, share them with others by granting file/folder permission, move them via easy drag-and-drop tools, automatically back up important files or folders, and auto-upload any e-mail attachments they receive via major providers. There will be no charges for user to upload or download ... (more)


Thanks for the tip Bill.


Please take a trip on over to Bill's Digital Zen to see what he's ranting about today.