SugarSync is a popular cloud storage service that has offered users 5GB of free storage, and it works with a number if devices, including your smartphone tablets and computer, the service has also been available as a paid storage service.
The company has announced that it will no longer offer free storage to its customers, from February the 8th 2014, SugarSync will switch to a paid service.
Grossman. “SugarSync is unlike other companies in the space because we do a lot more than just offer basic file storage. Instead, we offer a premium service that provides prosumers and small businesses with unprecedented control and flexibility over their data through our unique multisync capabilities.”
The company plans to offer existing users who have been on the free plan, a considerable discount on the paid service, and this may be as much a 75 percent in some cases.
The company will still offer free trials of its service next year, so you will be able to try before you buy, and you will be able to sign up for either a 20 day free trial of 60GB or a 90 day free trial of 60GB.
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