Get a Lifetime SkyHub Cloud 2TB Backup Subscription for Under $40

Get a Lifetime SkyHub Cloud 2TB Backup Subscription for Under $40

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If you're like most people, you could probably use a little (or a lot) more storage for your documents, photos, videos, and music. And if you're like most computer users, you need a secure solution.

87 percent of computer users are defenseless against cyber data loss-so why not get both storage and security from the company the Wall Street Journal calls "online file storage excellence"? We're offering 2TB of cloud storage from SkyHub for just $39.99 (over 90% off)-so be sure to grab it before time runs out.

You'll get 2TB of automatic backup for up to four devices. Whatever your backup, SkyHub will store your files safely forever, thanks to its advanced encryption security. View all of your stored files through SkyHub's online dashboard, and get quick access to them whenever you want.

Get 2TB of cloud storage from SkyHub for just $39.99 at Escapist Deals.

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That's... actually really fantastic. Whoa.

Seeing how often I'm overseas and how many times my laptop has eaten it, this could be a total lifesaver. Thanks, guys!

Make sure to check out the company thoroughly before buying. There are some disgruntled customers out there it seems. Slow connection, lousy customer support and corrupted files seem to be some of the stated critiques. Also, some are suggesting that the wall street journal quote is misleading and part of false advertising campaign.

Also, you just have to love the misleading use of the word "lifetime". Remember that it refers to THEIR lifetime, not yours.

yes becouse a lifetime deal for 40$ must mean they are going to stay around for 10-20 years.

How are they going to pay for running costs?

MegaGame:
yes becouse a lifetime deal for 40$ must mean they are going to stay around for 10-20 years.

How are they going to pay for running costs?

Once this deal is past, it continues at $500 for 2TB.

If they continue to be successful (and they could, seeing how cloud storage is still a growing thing), that could keep them active. Since most of this is cold storage (with local backup management options), most of the storage drives will be unplugged and put on a shelf when full until needed again.

 

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