Degoo Premium: Lifetime 10TB Backup Plan $99.99 USD (~ $150 AUD) @ StackSocial

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10TB of Online Backup. Looks good on paper but I personally haven’t used them yet. But appears good value for money.

Description
Everyday computer users are juggling huge amounts of data, so it makes sense that you're taking care of that data responsibly. With Degoo you get a whopping 10TB of supremely secured backup space from which to manage and share files with awesome simplicity. With high-speed transfers from a database that offers more backup space than Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive combined, you'll love how easy it is to keep tabs on all of your valuable data.

Send files easily to friends via email or link
Backup up to 10TB of data under ultra-secure 256-bit AES encryption
Replicate your backup as you perform it, giving you extra peace of mind
Perform backups to all of your devices
Get more backup space than Dropbox, OneDrive, & Google Drive combined
Keep your backup automatically up to date thanks to automatic file change detection
System Requirements

Windows XP or later
Mac OS X 10.7 or later
iOS 10 or later
Android 4.1 or later
Important Details

Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase
Length of access: lifetime
Terms

Instant digital redemption

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Even with cheap consumer drives they could barely afford to BUY this much storage, let alone host etc.

    I wouldn't trust it for anything important, but as a dumping ground for large amounts of TV and movies, could work out ok.

    Worth reading this potentially. Not sure how much applies to the premium plan over the free one.

    Mines cryptocurrancy using your spare CPU cycles

    Bit iffy that one!

    https://cloudeereviews.com/review/degoo/

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      As you say, that review is for the free service, where you get features and more space by clicking on ads and optionally allowing the client to use spare cpu cycles for crypto mining.

      I have a paid 3tb 'lifetime' account via stacksocial two years ago. Was $60 although cost me less as had credit. Overall its ok, although the mac client could be better and it's also fairly slow to upload…

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    "Lifetime 10TB Backup Plan"

    The lifetime of the company probably reaches sooner than you'd expect :)

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    On their web site, they have Free, Pro and Ultimate options. Which one does this align with?