why not just get google drive for 10$
Even more interesting is that it only costs 13 cents per GB to store data indefinitely, which consumes resources as long as it's stored, but it costs $10 a GB to transmit it there, which only uses resources momentarily during transmission.
Doesn't make sense. I bet the FCC will become very interested if they don't count that data against your cap.
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Or just setup a shared drive at your home internet connection, then you have actual privacy for your data.
The workers for these online storage companies must have hours of fun go through files of their customers.
As for google drive and other online storage, I lol.
Very expensive yearly prices.
Google is $120 a year for 200GB. That is more than what XM radio costs.
I could see like $10 a year, but $10 a month is crazy.
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said by 8744675:Isn't that $0.13/mth, not indefinitely?
Even more interesting is that it only costs 13 cents per GB to store data indefinitely, which consumes resources as long as it's stored