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Thank you Apple. #582984 10/05/12 11:19 PM
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Apple is extending free iCloud storage for former DotMac and MobileMe users again. I have 50 gigs, which had been extended at n/c last year and was supposed to expire a few days ago. But I just got an email notifying me that it's been extended for another year for free. I barley use the base 5GB these days, but thanks anyway, Apple! cool


Re: Thank you Apple. [Re: steveg] #582987 10/05/12 11:27 PM
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Re: Thank you Apple. [Re: MacBozo] #582990 10/05/12 11:45 PM
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Same here.

Re: Thank you Apple. [Re: steveg] #582995 10/06/12 12:06 AM
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I barley use the base 5GB these days, but thanks anyway, Apple!
Don't forget that you get 300G with the hosting package for your website too. Plus your ISP allots some too I'm sure.

So much space, so little data. frown You're cloud rich if nothing else. grin

Re: Thank you Apple. [Re: Reboot] #582998 10/06/12 12:15 AM
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Originally Posted By: Jim_
You're cloud rich if nothing else. grin


Oh great! Now he'll want to sublease the extra space! laugh


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Re: Thank you Apple. [Re: Reboot] #583029 10/06/12 01:46 PM
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Yeah. I moved everything I had stored on my old iDisk to NetSol account when I bought the hosting package. When the freebie from Apple finally expires, I'll just let it default to the 5GB and even that will probably go unused.


Re: Thank you Apple. [Re: steveg] #583159 10/09/12 04:02 PM
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I have unlimited storage on my own domain, 50GB on BOX (free), and another 18GB on Dropbox (free)... so I've never really paid much attention to Apple, Google or MS's free storage offerings.


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