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Quickly and easily store and share your files to any device without compromising security.
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If you're still relying on traditional, physical hard drives to store and transfer your data, you're missing out. Cloud storage services have come a long way in recent years, and it's now possible to store everything from single files to entire hard drives securely in the cloud.

Koofr Cloud Storage delivers the security and convenience you come to expect from cloud storage providers, but for a fraction of the price. You can get a lifetime subscription for over 90 percent off at just $20.

This service allows you to quickly and easily store and share your files to any device without compromising security.

With 25GB of available storage, you'll be able to upload and access everything from small files to large media folders with no size limit and easily connect to existing cloud accounts like Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon and OneDrive for added convenience.

You'll even be able to rename multiple files simultaneously and customize the appearance of your sharing links with branding settings.

You also have the option of purchasing 1TB, 100GB and 250GB subscriptions as well.

Ditch the expensive and inconvenient hard drives and land a lifetime subscription to Koofr Cloud Storage for just $20—over 90 percent off its usual price.

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