Mega Cloud Storage Launches, Works on Chrome, Offers 50 GB of Free Storage

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  • 20 Jan 2013
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  • Kim Dotcom’s initiative Mega is a cloud storage system that aims at at replacing the Megaupload site shut down last year. The new site makes available 50 GB of free storage to each user, plus several versions of paid service, with various offers of storage.


    Mega will also offer individual levels of encryption systems for each user. The new Mega will encrypt the data transparently in the browser on the go, said the company. There are 3 Pro tiers available, with $13 getting you 500 GB, $27 getting you 2 TB and $40 giving you 4 TB of storage. Bandwidth for each of the packages is available at 1 TB, 4 TB and 8 TB per month respectively. The thing is that you need to run Chrome for the best experience, apparently.

    Right now, none of the other famous browsers will support all elements of the cloud system. If you intend to use MEGA frequently, Chrome is the only way to go. Mega has plans to make an app in the future, for both desktop and mobile, so expect to see them on Android before the year is out.

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