Save 20GB data in FREE, this native storage platform has come to compete with Google Drive - Newztezz Online


Friday, December 25, 2020

Save 20GB data in FREE, this native storage platform has come to compete with Google Drive

 in India cloud storage service has DigiBoxx has launched a Commission policy. With the launch of this service, the data of Indians will be safe in the country. The cloud storage and file sharing service was announced by Amitabh Kant, CEO of the Policy Commission. He said that this would promote Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of a self-reliant India. The launch of DigiBoxx comes at a time when Google has recently announced that it will not offer unlimited free photo uploads from June 1, 2021.

Cloud is a service in which the user can store their data online and access the data online with just one click when required. It may be mentioned that till now this service was offered by a foreign company in India. With DigiBoxx you can store your data by creating one of your IDs and sharing it with others via mobile number along with email. Also DigiBoxx file can be shared instantly through InstaShare.

DigiBoxx can currently access the web. But soon the service will also be launched on Android and iOS. Speaking of price, DigiBoxx also has a free service in which you will get 20GB of storage and the opportunity to upload files up to a maximum of 2GB.

There is a charge for saving more data

Like other cloud services, DigiBoxx's subscription plan comes on an annual and monthly basis. DigiBoxx's cloud service subscription can be availed for only Rs 30 per month. It has 5TB of storage and can upload files up to a maximum of 10GB. You can also connect your own Gmail to it. The Rs 999 plan offers up to 50TB of storage and a maximum of 10GB of file uploads. It can accommodate up to 500 people.

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