Box is offering 50GB of free storage for new users

by Roy Alugbue on
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As more and more of us start to truly embrace our mobile devices, it’s only natural that we begin to really take advantage different means to save the different pieces of content on our devices. That’s why online storage solution Box.com is offering a sweet deal for new users. While this special 50GB of free storage offer is listed as a “Dell Exclusive Offer” exclusive, it appears that anyone and everyone can take advantage of this sweet, sweet deal— so you don’t need to necessarily own a Dell computer or be a Dell employee to enjoy this awesome offer. The cool thing about this offer is that Box.com generally offers a pretty solid 5GB of free storage for new users, so it’s pretty cool that its 50GB promotion is ready to be taken advantage of by new prospective users.

There’s no word on how long this promotion will last, but we’re pretty sure that you’ll want to head on down to the source link and take advantage of this awesome opportunity as soon as possible. Be sure to use the source link below to get the deal.

source: Box.com

Get 50GB of Storage Through Box.com/net Without Root With This Sneaky App

by Jack Holt on
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If you are the owner of a Sony Xperia Play or any one of the various LG smartphones then you should be aware of the deal where Box is giving away a 50GB upgrade to its cloud storage service until  the end of this year. This means that you have until the day after tomorrow to get in a 50GB lifetime storage limit. This deal however, did leave the rest of us out in the cold. Perhaps the reason for this was some sort of promotional deal between, Box, LG, and Sony as a way to make their phones more marketable, but alas, I do not know for sure.

But fear not if you aren’t the owner of a Xperia and LG smart phone as the folks over at XDA have created an app that will give any Box account the 50GB upgrade. Thanks to redphx you can do this without needing to root and editing your build.prop or even witchcraft. All this program requires is the ability to log into your Box account.

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