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Upgrade to award-winning, secure cloud backup for 95 percent off this lifetime pass
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April 28, 2019
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The age of the cloud is upon us, and external hard drives are becoming less and less common when it comes to storing and transferring your data. Apart from being practically antiquated, they are cumbersome, low on space and can crash without any warning.

Updating to cloud backup doesn't have to be more expensive either. Degoo Premium is an award-winning cloud storage service that allows you to transfer and store everything from large media files to small documents with ease, and right now a lifetime 2TB backup plan is available for 95 percent off at just $60.

As the name suggests, this deal includes 2TB of storage on ultra-secure and super-fast servers. You'll be able to initiate high-speed transfers from a database that offers more backup space than Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive combined, and you can quickly send files to your friends via email or a link.

Degoo also packs features that keep your data secure using state-of-the-art 256-bit AES encryption, and you'll be able to back up your files automatically thanks to built-in file change detection. This service even allows you to replicate your backups as they're being performed, meaning there's virtually no chance of your data being lost.

If you're ready to ditch your cumbersome and unreliable hard drive, get 2TB of super-secure cloud storage for life with Degoo Premium for just $60 —95 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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