expired ThunderDrive Cloud Storage: Lifetime Subscription (500GB/Personal Plan) $29 (Normally $600) @ Mashable


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Thunder Drive is a secure and easy-to-use cloud storage service which allows you to create folders, manage files, and share private links from the convenience of your favorite device. Enjoy quick access to significantly faster and larger storage than other providers and access it with any web browser, including the one on your phone. The Thunder Drive service is also hosted in premier Tier IV data center facilities, giving you robust security and reliability.

Use a storage service 6x faster than Amazon storage
Easily set up Thunder Drive & use it w/ any web or mobile browser
Have access to 500GB of storage
Secure files with 256-bit AES encryption
Enjoy an extremely affordable lifetime storage plan

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System Requirements

Internet access
Compatible across all devices
Chrome OS
Important Details

ThunderDrive 500GB Personal Plan
500GB lifetime storage
Personal cloud drive
500GB of download bandwidth
Shareable password-protected files
Set expiration for shared links
One-time payment
30-day trash recovery
Upload/download speeds 6x faster than nearest competitors
Mobile friendly
Secure 256-bit AES encryption
SSL/TLS encryption
Length of access: lifetime
Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 60 days of purchase
Access options: desktop & mobile
Updates included

Note: Codes are stackable. Customers will get 500GB of additional storage for each lifetime code purchased.
Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 15 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.

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  • +8 votes

    Lifetime of the service/company not your life. So this could be tomorrow or next week or 50 years.


    Or until we die, whatever happens first. 😃

  • +7 votes

    Completely unsustainable business model. Unless they’re planning on getting signups for a few months/years then run off.

    • +4 votes

      Like a lot of vpn deals we see on here

      • +1 vote

        Depends on the circumstances.
        1) Successful company running for few years and ready to be sold to some big player - needs more customers to increase the value. OK, even in running of the risk the deal may not be honoured later on or the plan grandfathered and at any change new plan would have to be taken up
        2) Long term running company with short time deal like this - ok, they want more customers and some advertisement
        3) More of a free project which just need basic cover of reasonable small cost per customer (i.e. Plex)

        What to avoid - deals to good to be true. 2TB plan for $59 does not even cover the cost of the HDD. Not to mention the cost of the necessary compute HW, cost of hosting, cost of bandwidth, …
        This company just started. Thi can't work.

        Happy to be proven wrong in 5 years time with happy customers who spent their $59 for 2TB for the rest of their lives back in 2019.


          Even worse, if you have 500gb data and they give you a months notice, good luck xfering it to elsewhere.


          I think they sell storage understanding based on their existing data that most people wouldn't get anywhere close to their storage limit.

  • +1 vote

    This site can’t be reached thunderdrive.io took too long to respond.

    Checking the connection
    Checking the proxy and the firewall
    Running Windows Network Diagnostics


  • +5 votes

    Domain set up in April this year. My humble opinion - the chances of this company surviving more than 12 months from now is close to 0. Especially with such business model.

    Domain Name: THUNDERDRIVE.IO
    Registry Domain ID: D503300000859390283-LRMS
    Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.dynadot.com
    Registrar URL: http://www.dynadot.com
    Updated Date: 2019-06-12T20:32:03Z
    Creation Date: 2019-04-12T22:06:04Z
    Registry Expiry Date: 2020-04-12T22:06:04Z
    Registrar Registration Expiration Date:
    Registrar: Dynadot, LLC
    Registrar IANA ID: 472
    Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@dynadot.com
    Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.6502620100


    Agreeing with others. If you want your backups to be cloud-based, stick to a huge company that's hugely unlikely to fail.


    not worth it. and how is it different from google drive? that's 15gb for free. lifetime.


    There’s a reason why #ownyourdata is becoming a thing. I’d be steering clear of cloud based storage. But, I work in IT and what would I know.

  • +1 vote

    Get Google or OneDrive storage and then have a look at Cryptomator.org

  • +2 votes

    Want unlimited storage, unlimited upload and download speed and unlimited transfers? Like actually unlimited though and you've been around for 40 years so no one is going out of business or anything.

    For $5 bucks a month.

    The catch? Everything gets deleted 10 years after upload (but remember everything is unlimited so who cares, upload a new backup everyday) and you will upload, and may download, 10% to 20% overhead (error correction files). Oh and everyone can download your files so they must be strongly encrypted. Don't worry, no one will find your files if you give them a stupid name.

    It's called Usenet, thank me later. If you have Linux you can automate the whole process. Probably can on Windows as well.


    Facebook group post about ThunderDrive cloud storage review.

    Johnny L: "Hello, I found something interesting at LTD ThunderDrive.io on some LTD sites that all of you might want to know :) "RELIABILITY"

    Before heading to more detail, just want to share that I bought both BeDrive for my developer team to develop further for internal usage and I recently bought ThunderDrive LTD. 😉 What I found is It looks like 100% they bought the source code from BeDrive on codecanyon https://codecanyon.net/item/bedrive-file-sharing-and-cloud-s... and run their paid service. At first, BeDrive was first sold on codecanyon on 1st September 2015 and ThunderDrive.io is …fairly new recently with their LTDs. Their layout is… 100% same as BeDrive 😱. Look at my image below. 100% the same, even some small things. We debugged the source code and found it same technologies as BeDrive (using Laravel & Angular).

    Furthermore, I cannot find any company address, business registration or any reliable information on their site. Even no any social media group for their members. :) With 4 points above, from an user point of view, I really doubted their operation as well as their LTDs (on Stacksocial, Dealmirror, Dealmango, earlyshark, Dealify, and many more ltds site… 😅 I felt like the LTDs site didn't care much about the reliability before approval as long as the deal can bring profit to them. hahaa

    😅 Will you comfortably hand over your data to their storage service? And is it advisable for a startup to use paid template as the core of their subscription service?

    Hope to receive the discussion contribution from you."

    Can't believe people are uploading their private company & personal files to a site with ZERO contact information.

    Their domain has WHOIS privacy enabled and they are also hiding behind Cloudflare for exactly that reason, so noone can track them down when they exit scam.


    This 'deal' is doing the rounds in various forums, so the company is obviously looking to get a lot of cash in quickly.
    Whether that suggests dodgy behaviour, I'll leave to you to decide, but there's been a rash of these new 'unlimited' sites in the last few years, so even if you've suspended logic on the cost model, the busy market would not make it viable for any length of time.

    Amazon tried it, Microsoft tried it, and neither are doing it anymore, and Google recently capped their first tier offering to 10Tb, because people upload their entire video libraries into them, and the vendor quickly realises the cost/profit ratio is no longer viable.

    The reviews for this site can be found here:


    PCloud I am using for 2yr, Even my workplace. It’s good. Maybe try checking it out.

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