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Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by rabgary, Jul 4, 2007.

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  1. rabgary

    rabgary Thread Starter

    Aug 8, 2001
    MediaFire is a great service.Have used it for quite awhile now now and it just keeps getting better.Just create a free account and start uploading.You can sort files into different folders.Unlimited storage and up to 100 meg per file.I have several hundred megs of stuff stored there and have never had any problems.I keep backups of installers and photos so I can get to them from anyplace there is a internet connection.Also use it to post links to files on forums that are too large to upload to the forum itself.
  2. compgeeks


    Jul 12, 2007
    I also use box.net , you could also try this one. I don't know is it better then MediaFire but I am satisfied with Box.net
  3. Koolio


    Sep 7, 2007
    I personally think HugeUploads.net is the bestest out of File Hosting. They offer 500MB for Free Users per file and 1GB for Premium Users if you're a business man or store a lot of files. You should check it out, and I love there 24/7 Support! It's just the greatest File Hosting I've seen yet :p
  4. Daredeval756


    Dec 11, 2006
    I love mediafire, ive been using them for about 7 months now, they are the best, i am currently hosting about 1 GB of files with them, they are extremly fast too, no more wait times!
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