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Double your Dropbox Space

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Double your Dropbox Space

Dropbox has become one of the most utilized online file storage system. The tool essentially allows you to download a client to your laptop, tablet or mobile device and create, transfer and share files through the cloud. While rival Box.net has been offering stellar promotions such as free 50GB to start, to increase their user base, dropbox still has the vote of many users because their pc/mac client comes with the free account where as box requires a subscription fee. Both allow you to upload through a browser however it appears users are willing to forgo space for convenience.

Dropbox offers a basic 2GB program, however, if you sign up with a university email address, your start up space is doubled to 4GB. With each referral you and your referral gain 500MB in addition to your 4GB plan for a total of 4.5GB. If you do not use a university email your additional referral is 250MB. While the tool is more meant for document management, its the perfect place to backup videos, pictures and document. If you’ve already signed up without a university email address there is still an opportunity to up your space. Visit the website and add the university email to your account to gain the additional space. Any additional space is also retroactively provided to you.

Use our referral link to get additional space and then spread to word to gain more space and have your referrals also gain additional space. Click here to visit dropbox.

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