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toowoombalinux

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PostPosted: Fri 21 Jun 2013, 06:51    Post_subject:  Mediafire for file hosting  

G'day,
I've used Mediafire for around 4 years (I pay a low monthly subscription - good bandwidth, download speeds and direct download link) and never once has a file been deleted. Mediafire has a free account that has 50GBs storage - maximum of 200mbs file size - and I logged into an older free account that I had and no file had been deleted even after 3 years being inactive. Only down side is the few ads downloaders get when it's from a free account....
I have no association with Mediafire other than being a happy customer.

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Martin
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PostPosted: Fri 21 Jun 2013, 10:15    Post_subject: Re: Mediafire for file hosting  

toowoombalinux wrote:
G'day,
I've used Mediafire for around 4 years (I pay a low monthly subscription - good bandwidth, download speeds and direct download link) and never once has a file been deleted. Mediafire has a free account that has 50GBs storage - maximum of 200mbs file size - and I logged into an older free account that I had and no file had been deleted even after 3 years being inactive. Only down side is the few ads downloaders get when it's from a free account....
I have no association with Mediafire other than being a happy customer.

Cheers
Martin


Hi.

Aren't they the ones who got raided by the Feds recently for hosting illegal stuff?

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musher0

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toowoombalinux

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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun 2013, 03:43    Post_subject:  

Just did a news search on that subject - only megauploads came up - no reference to Mediafire .... but I may just be a crap searcher... as long as ppl don't rename their files "complete-collection_mp3_One-Direction" or "juicy_pets-xxx" I think the majority of files uploaded from Puppians should pass any inspection...

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