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Free Files Hosting

October 30, 2011 Posted by Skai

Do you have to send a file to your friend via internet but the connection always dies off halfway and you have to start all over again?

Do you need to send a file which is huge in size, such as photo album taken during an outing, to many friends?

Do you need to do file sharing with your co-workers or students often and need a free webspace to store your documents?

Do you need to backup your files and be ready to access and retrieve them at any place where there is internet connection?

Do you want to save bandwidth for your personal webhost’s webspace, by storing the downloadable files somewhere else?

If you have answered “yes” to any of the question/situation above, you would definitely need to try MediaFire.

Site description

Powerful for business, simple for everyone. The easy way to host and share any files including documents, presentations, videos, and images.

MediaFire has been acknowledged as one of PC Magazine’s top web sites of 2008 and recognized as one of the simplest to use file hosting services by CNET, Lifehacker, PC World, USA Today and TechCrunch.

  • Unlimited Uploads

    You can upload your files as many times as you need.

  • Unlimited Downloads

    You and your friends can download the files as many times as required.

  • Unlimited Storage

    You can store as many files as you like without having to delete them.

  • No Speed Limits

    If you have a fast internet connection, you can enjoy your full speed. MediaFire does not limit your speed like other free file hosting websites.

  • Download Resuming

    If your internet connection dies on you halfway when you are downloading the file, you can resume the download when you try it again, so that you do not need to re-download the part of the file that you have already downloaded earlier on.

  • No Sign Up Required

    You can upload your files to MediaFire without registering an account. However, an account allows you to manage, update, organize, and secure uploaded files from any computer.

  • RSS File Feeds

    Your friends can track the update of your folders through RSS, so that you do not need to inform them to download the new files.

  • 200MB maximum size

    Each individual file that you upload can reach up to 200MB. It is, however, upgraded to 2GB if you are willing to pay.

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