I need free hard disk on Dropbox, Google Drive, Ubuntu, etc., etc.

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Do you know which companies offer free hard disk services? I need several gigabytes and I'm combining several services. At the moment I am using 2GB on Dropbox, Google Drive and am using Ubuntu as well, but I need more Gb, you know.. Thanks in advance.

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I need free hard disk on Dropbox, Google Drive, Ubuntu, etc., etc.

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There are numerous services that provide free cloud storage online. I provide few of them and the storage available through them.
#Dropbox-It gives 2GB free storage and you can get 16 GBmore by sharing with it your friends.
#Googledrive-The mighty search giant google offers cloud storage of 15 GB for all its users.
#ADrive-Adrive gives you 50GB free cloud storage but there are some limitations with it.
#OneDrive-Familiar as Skydrive Microsoft renamed it as Onedrive which offers 15 GB cloud storage and you can get 5 more GB by sharing with it your friends.
#Spideroak-It provides 2GB for its users and you can get 8 more GB by sharing with it your friends.
      In addition to them Amazon cloud drive, Box, Mega, Copy, Bitcasa, Tencent Weityn, Sugarsync, Pydio, Hive, MediaFire, pCloud, Surdoc, DumpTruck, etc., are the other familiar cloud storage services.
 
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I need free hard disk on Dropbox, Google Drive, Ubuntu, etc., etc.

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If you want a free cloud storage that you can access anywhere by just using the internet, you can use Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and others. To try Dropbox, go to the Dropbox Home Page and create an account. You need a valid email address to sign up. Don’t use a dead email address because you need it to activate your Dropbox account.

Dropbox offers 2 GB online storage for free accounts. If you want a bigger space, you can upgrade to their premium account. Visit Dropbox Upgrade Pricing for the complete details of the amount. Another cloud storage that offers a much bigger space is Google Drive. To try this, go to Google Drive and log in with your Google account.

If you don’t have a Gmail account, just create one. Google Drive offers 15 GB online storage for free accounts. If you want to upgrade your space, you can select from 100 GB up to 30 TB. Visit Google Drive Storage Plans for pricing.

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