my experience

21 Januari 2012

my experience


substitute site megaupload

Posted: 20 Jan 2012 10:37 PM PST

5 sites that have been closed megaupload substitute for sopa and pipes




1. RapidShare


If you want to become a member RapidPro, it costs USD 13 per month or $ 130 per year. With a special membership, your files will not be expired, and the files will be stored and transferred encrypted.


2. MediaFire


This site promises a simple way to file that is uploaded and shared; the philosophy is drag and drop. Services offered are unlimited file storage media.


It's just a free account; users can only upload files less than 200 MB. And the files are usually stored only 30 days.


Well, the package is paid or Pro account MediaFire valued USD 9 per month. With membership, users can upload files up to 2 GB for a single operation. It does not include the storage facility without limit and need not be disturbed ads.


3. YouSendIt




YouSendIt also been around a long time and has now grown as one of the options for sharing files in cyberspace. Just like other services, users can use a free or paid access at this site.


Where a free user must be willing to be bothered by ads, but has up to 2 GB of storage. As for who paid there are two types: YouSendiIt Pro is charged USD 10 per month or $ 50 per year. While YouSendiIt Pro Plus pegged to USD 15 per month or $ 149 per year and will receive unlimeted storage and upload limits.


4. Minus


Minus began their work as an image sharing service. But lately increasingly popular in the affairs of file sharing. You can easily drag and drop the desired files on this site, then send the short link to the fellow. Once it can be seen on the web, download it, even before it opened and resent.


Opening an account at minus, you will get 50 GB of storage, and can upload files up to 2 GB. Minus Users are also facilitated with the facility of mobile applications and browser extensions to make the activity of sharing and downloading easier.


5. Dropbox


This site is also popular in Indonesia. Dropbox is a free file hosting service providers that support direct linking. That is downloaded directly to the file, without having to open the Dropbox site and waiting for the waiting time.


Dropbox can be an option for the sharing of documents, photos, and videos. Dropbox was founded in 2007 by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi which is an MIT student. And it is said, has now been used by more than 45 million users.


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