Kim Dotcom's Mega Service to Offer 50GB of Free Storage
#Mega will have very generous limits for free users. For example you get 50GB storage for free ;-)
- Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) January 17, 2013
Kim Dotcom revealed in a tweet that his new cloud storage service, Mega, will offer user 50GB of free storage for free. That is a large amount of storage for no charge.
The Next Web reports that this offer dwarfs free storage offers from DRopbox, Google Drive and SkyDrive. Mega is also working with EFF to let Megaupload users access their files. Mega will be announced in a press release on January 20th. A screenshot of the new service is pictured below.
Kim Dotcom's previous hosting service, Megaupload, was shut down in January 2012 by U.S. federal prosecutors on charges of copyright infringement. Dotcom moved to New Zealand and founded the new service, Mega.
Posted on January 17, 2013