Summer special: 2TB Degoo cloud storage for life

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cloud storageToday’s deal from Degoo is simple but effective. All the highly-secure cloud storage space you’ll ever need. Forever.

I’m not a particularly organised person. I have files on my laptop hard-drive, a Dropbox account holding various other nonsense, and a load of photos and vids on my Google Drive from various holidays. It’s not a huge amount, but I’m running out of space. The security level of my laptop, both from hackers and from the risk of a rogue splash of coffee, is questionable. Sound familiar?

Degoo cloud storage is the logical solution for me. With an enormous 2TB space I could, and should, move all of the above into this one place, safe from beverage attacks. Thanks to the Ultra secure 256-bit AES encryption on the cloud storage, it would also be safe from hackers and viruses too.

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The deal we’re spotlighting today is for the Degoo Premium service, which offers high speed transfers, and automatic backup of files when they’re added or edited. It’s the full package.

Right now you can get this 2TB lifetime storage for just $59.99. That’s a one-off payment and a chunky 95% discount. To put that in even more context, 2TB storage on iCloud is around $10 per month, so after six months with Degoo you’re already winning.

15 million people already trust their files to Degoo. Secure your stuff by hitting the button below before the offer ends.

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July 1, 2018 at 05:15AM