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Yunio offering 1TB of Free Cloud Storage!

As of today, Yunio has updated their website, software, and services. They are offering 1TB free to anyone who joins. You would have to be crazy to not at least try it out. That is 1 TERABYTE of FREE storage.


I have written about Yunio before in the past. In the two years I have used it, it has only gotten better and better. Now I would dare say that is is comparable if not better than Dropbox in features and totally blows every other cloud storage out of the water by offering this huge amount.

Click here to read my previous post on Yunio.

Click here to go to Yunio's homepage.


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About McKay Christensen

After having lived in Oregon, Alaska, and China for the past 10 years doing landscape design and English teaching, I have returned to my home state of Utah and currently work for a growing tech company.

In my free time I enjoy working on my TutorialGeek.net website where I post tutorials and reviews (and anything else I think is geeky) and I also like to write songs for my Super English Kid Youtube channel.

My favorite things to do include anything with my wife and son. Hiking, camping, and photography (or anything else outdoors). Playing Ultimate Frisbee or Ping Pong. Listening to 60s, 70s, or 80s, music. 

Feel free to contact me using my contact page. I would love to hear from any of you!

5 comments:

  1. Dimensions were sufficient for me, plus their parking is a nice bonus when you need to quickly stop by, pull something out of storage, and jet off.

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  2. As of today, Yunio has updated their website, software, and services. They are offering 1TB free to anyone who joins. You would have to be crazy to not at least try it out. That is 1 TERABYTE of FREE storage. http://www.paylessforstorage.co.uk/

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  3. Is this storage For lifetime or just for one/two years like Dropbox?

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    1. Good question. To be fair; it is their company and I suppose they can do whatever they want to people with free accounts (within their TOS). I don't feel like they would do what dropbox did; at least not to that extent. 1TB does seem a bit too good to be true, but I have not had any problems so far. I have uploaded about 140GB to the service.

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  4. To me, the idea of cloud storage is great and has fantastic uses. I keep a good portion of my music library in a Dropbox account I share with three people for the express purpose of having music to which we can listen, and I have used Google Drive for non-sensitive documents when for whatever reason I did not have a flash drive.

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