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Deal: Minbox File Sharing & Unlimited Cloud Storage

by Paul Strauss
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Share files like a pro with Minbox’s collaboration and sharing service. Not only is it as easy to use as dragging and dropping files into your web browser, but you can deliver files to clients and partners with the ability to custom brand and style the interface.

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Files and links can be easily gathered up into projects, and you can accept annotations and comments on your uploads too. There’s also the ability to track whether someone has viewed or downloaded your files. You can even integrate and unify files from different cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive.

Best of all, there’s no storage limit on your Minbox account. The only constraints are that you can upload no more than 2,000 files at a time, and no more than 1,000 downloads per month, which should be more than enough for most uses.

You can sign up for Minbox’s Baller Plan for just $39(USD) for 1 year or $59 for 2 years, a savings of  78% to 83% off the list price. Head on over to the Technabob Shop now to order.

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