Daily Deal: Prism Drive Secure Cloud Storage

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Free up space on your phone, tablet, laptop, or home computer. Prism Drive is a lightning fast hot storage solution that allows you to store all of your files in one place, and access them from any device. Easily share large files, like video, graphics, images, and audio. Access files from your computer, your phone, or your tablet. Preview popular file types, like Microsoft office, mp4, or jpeg in your browser or app without the need to download the file. You can get 2 TB of storage for $49, 5 TB for $69, or 10 TB for $89.

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Redbeard (profile) says:

A rather worthless offer for those of us using residential broadband

Comcast sets a capped limit of 1TB per month data use. So to use this offer, I would have to blow two months Comcast allocation (or pay them a bunch more!) just to populate my storage and make use of it.

Than’s not even counting daily/weekly incremental data uploads.

This offer can’t be aimed at the average residential cable modem user.

Cowardly Lion says:

Hmm. 10TB for under $90?

That’s cheaper than buying an actual physical device! It says it’s a “lifetime subscription”, yet I notice one of the reviewers says;

“Easy to download and use. I bought 2TB for one year and this will help keep all my data safe in one location and give me the easy access I need to use it.” – Amir Khulad

But there is no 1-year option I can see here, even if you go all the way through to checkout. It’s only if you check on their own website do you see that it is indeed an annual subscription.

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