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Store your files, videos, photos and more with this $149 1TB cloud storage plan

Koofr can handle all your video, music and image files
Written by StackCommerce, Partner

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Taking fabulous photos or videos with our phones, drones, and other new technology is a two-edged sword because we don't always have room to save them. And no one wants to constantly debate which files to delete to free up some space. Fortunately, you don't have to anymore because Koofr is offering a lifetime of 1TB of cloud storage for $139.99.

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The service is very user-friendly. While you need a Koofr account for this promotion, you can create one for free. Then it's just a matter of connecting to your cloud accounts and selecting the files you want to upload, access or share without considering size limits. It's easy to see why Koofr is rated 4.6 out of 5 stars on GetApp, G2 and Capterra.

If you need to save your files without worrying about storage space, get a Koofr Cloud Storage: Lifetime Subscription (1TB) now while it's only $139.99.

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