50 GB of Free Box.Net Storage Also Available for the Nexus 4 by LG

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  • 19 Nov 2012
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  • It has become a trend that manufacturers should make contracts with online storage providers to further sweeten the deal of purchasing one of their latest devices. It is the case with Samsung, that offers 50 GB of Dropbox capacity, for one of their latest smartphones, the Galaxy S III International variant.


    Asus and LG are also among the manufacturers to integrate lots of free space of online storage, with some of their newest devices. For the latter, the manufacturer has signed a contract with Box.Net, to provide their costumers 50 GB of storage space, available for life, with devices such as the LG Optimus G.

    It has been recently discovered that new Nexus 4 owners have one more thing to brag about. On not of being among the lucky ones to manage to get their hands on the latest Google smartphone, they’re also getting 50 GB of free Box.Net storage, lifetime available. The promotion will be available until December 31 so you might want to create a Box.Net account til then, if you haven’t already done so and you own a new LG Nexus device Box.Net app for Android is available on the Play Store.

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