SpiderOak offers unlimited cloud storage for US$125/year

For a very limited time, SpiderOak is offering unlimited cloud storage on unlimited devices for just US$125 per year — but you'll need to be quick.

For a very limited time, SpiderOak is offering unlimited cloud storage on unlimited devices for just US$125 per year — but you'll need to be quick.

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Cloud storage services offer a fair bit of space, and many offer modular plans based on your needs, but very few offer unlimited storage.

SpiderOak is known for its high-level encryption, syncing across multiple devices, and the ability to drill right down and choose what you want backed up. Its service usually goes for US$100 per year for 100GB for personal customers — but, for a very limited time, you can get unlimited storage for just US$125 per year.

The offer is available until 11.59pm CDT on 31 March in the US, which is 3.59pm AEDT on 1 April in Australia. It's a one-time offer, and only applies to annual subscriptions — not monthly.

"The US$125 annual fee not only upgrades you to unlimited storage now, but guarantees that you will always have unlimited storage for life," SpiderOak wrote on its blog. "Next year, we guarantee that you will only pay $125 regardless of how much data you have stored, and the year after that, and the year after that. $125/yr for perpetuity."

The subscription can also, as with all SpiderOak subscriptions, be used across an unlimited number of devices.

The offer applies not only to new users, but to current users across the board as an upgrade to an existing subscription, and can be cancelled by the user at any time.

Head over to the SpiderOak blog for detailed instructions on how to get the plan.

 

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