How to get free unlimited cloud storage space

You read that right. Today, let me show you how you can get unlimited cloud storage space for your business.

Cloud storage provides a lot of ease and accessibility. There are so many free cloud data storage providers out there but all of them provide limited amounts of free storage. In this post, you will learn how to get extra storage from each of the commonly known providers. At the end of the post, I will show you a trick that will let you have cloud storage on demand without cost.

It is interesting to understand why cloud storage providers give away extra space. The obvious answer is to gain more customers. Dropbox is a really good example of this. Just take a look at their offer for free space. You can get a maximum of 16 GB by simply by referring friends. Engaging on social networks has its perks too.

Dropbox free cloud space

Keep an eye on their get more storage link to see what more can be done in exchange for space.

Google Drive
The search giant was not to be left behind in the race for cloud consumers. Recently it gave away 2 GB of space free, in return for performing a simple account security check. That increased my storage space to 17GB.

Though it does not give away space for referrals like Dropbox, Google is good in the sense that they don’t count anything that you store on Google docs, sheets or slides towards your storage space. Also, all pictures stored on Google+ Photos with dimensions smaller than 2048*2048 pixels do not count towards the 15 GB free space that you get.

One Drive
Microsoft’s One Drive provides a lot of free storage like Dropbox does. Besides the 15 GB free space you can also drum up an extra 15 GB from the camera roll bonus. It also helps that One Drive comes installed into most of the new Windows systems. 30 GB free storage is pretty good for being free.

One drive free cloud space

Mega provides a good 50 GB free cloud storage space to everyone who signs up. They also focus on security and have encryption and decryption for files after you generate your password. Besides, Box provides 10 GB cloud storage space.

Finally, let’s move to the part where you get unlimited space.

In this post on Gmail tricks and tips, I showed you how you can generate an unlimited number of email ids for yourself with a single Gmail id by simply using + signs and periods in your Gmail ID. If you haven’t read that post yet, I encourage you to read it to see not only how to increase the number of emails but also how you can increase revenue using Gmail.
Get a free guide

So with that knowledge in mind all you now need to do is sign up for Box and Mega any number of times with these different email addresses to rake up 60 GB (50 for mega and 10 for box) of free space each time.

If you’ve found value in this post, feel free to share it on social channels.

Next post: 5 ways to increase Facebook business engagement

Would you recommend this article?


Thanks for taking the time to let us know what you think of this article!
We'd love to hear your opinion about this or any other story you read in our publication.

Jim Love, Chief Content Officer, IT World Canada

Featured Download

Wolston Lobo
Wolston Lobo
Wolston is a social media and SEO enthusiast. He has previously worked with brands like Gillette and Channel V. He is passionate about gadgets and loves the internet served with a hot cup of coffee.

Featured Story

How the CTO can Maintain Cloud Momentum Across the Enterprise

Embracing cloud is easy for some individuals. But embedding widespread cloud adoption at the enterprise level is...

Related Tech News

Get ITBusiness Delivered

Our experienced team of journalists brings you engaging content targeted to IT professionals and line-of-business executives delivered directly to your inbox.

Featured Tech Jobs