Never worry about losing your files again with this 15TB cloud backup subscription

Take care of your data responsibly with Degoo's automatic backups and bank-level encryption.

  • You can now get more backup space than Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive combined.
  • A subscription to the Degoo Premium Mega Backup Plan can provide you with up to 15TB of data under ultra-secure 256-bit AES encryption.
  • 15TB is equivalent to 15,000GB. That's about 58 iPhone 11s with the most storage possible.

Between photos, documents, music, and more, your computer can only hold a certain amount of storage. Unless you want to grab a hard drive or pay for extra storage on iCloud, Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive, you should consider a lifetime subscription to Degoo—which is on sale for only $149.99 for a limited time.

The premium subscription gets you 15TB of supremely secure backup space with high-speed transfers that allow you to store, re-experience, and share it all from your phone, tablet, or web browser.

In terms of size, this subscription delivers more storage than all the leading platforms combined, so you'll be able to have copies of everything without ever worrying if you have enough space. To put it into perspective, 15TB is equivalent to 15,000GB. That's about 58 iPhone 11s with the most storage possible.

Degoo automatically performs backup sweeps from all your devices. And thanks to file change detection, all your documents and files will stay up to date. Additionally, you'll be able to easily send files via an email or link, making it easy to share photo albums with friends and family or share important documents with your coworkers.

Take advantage of this platform and see how much easier it is to keep track of not only what lives within your computer, but all of your devices across the board.

Originally, the subscription is worth over $4,300, so the discounted price of just $149.99 is quite the steal. There are 25TB, 35TB, and 50TB options available as well for a discount if 15TB is not enough.

Prices subject to change.

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