LG Android Phones to Get 50GB of Free Box Storage
LG today announced that all of its Android-based smartphones are eligible for 50GB of free online storage from Box. LG customers with devices running Android 2.1 and up can sign up for he storage directly from their handset. LG is advertising the deal as a benefit to its business customers, but all of LG's Android smartphones can take advantage of the offier. The storage can be used for image, music, document, and other files, which can be accessed from LG's Android smartphones as long as the phone has a network connection available. LG says registration for the free storage will be open from November 30, 2001 to March 31, 2012,
Microsoft Offering 30GB of OneDrive Storage for Free
Microsoft has launched a limited promotion that will double OneDrive users' free storage to 30GB. Microsoft already offers 15GB of online storage for free.
Microsoft Backtracks On OneDrive Limits
Microsoft, responding to a firestorm of customer complaints, has softened the hard line it is taking with free OneDrive storage. In November, Microsoft surprised everyone by eliminating the unlimited storage option and severely restricting the amount of free storage given to customers.
Microsoft Drops Free OneDrive Storage from 15GB to 5GB
Microsoft plans to reduce the amount of storage available through OneDrive in an effort to stem abuse. Significantly, free OneDrive storage is being curtailed from 15GB to just 5GB for all users, including the 15GB camera roll storage bonus.
OneDrive for Android Adds Business Account Support
Microsoft today updated its OneDrive cloud storage application for the Android platform. The primary new feature of the app is support for OneDrive Business accounts, which allows device owners to sign in with either or both of their personal or work-assigned accounts.
I would be thrilled
The government needs to stop this!
The FCC needs to have, in writing, how many jobs this particular measure is going to create before they allow LG and Box to make a deal like this.