Cloud servers based storage service provider, Box has announced free 50 GB of storage for lifetime through its new Android app. Android smartphone users need to download the official app and signup or login with their Box account.
Like other cloud storage service providers, Box offers accessing, restoring and taking backup of files from any device – PC, laptop, tablet or mobile phones. Other such service provides include the likes of Dropbox, CX, Amazon Cloud Drive, Apple iCloud, and Microsoft SkyDrive.
Last year, Box had announced free 50 GB storage for lifetime for the LG and Sony Xperia smartphones through the Android Box app. Under that promotional period, only the users owning LG or Sony branded Android smartphones.
Now Box has extended the promotion to anyone and everyone owning an Android OS based smartphone or tablet. The user simply has to download the Box for Android app. Then the users already having Box account simply have to log into Box from the app or create a new ID.
Along with the 50 GB free for lifetime storage bump, users also get a bump in the minimum file size for upload to up to 100 MB. That means once you’ve the 50 GB storage, you can upload a large file up to 100 MB at once. That indeed is an interesting add-on which many other cloud storage service providers don’t stay clear about.
Recently, even Google was reported to be working on Cloud servers based storage service dubbed Drive to compete with Microsoft SkyDrive, Apple iCloud and other major players. The Box free 50 GB storage for lifetime storage promotion is active only till March 23.