Top 5 Promising File-Hosting WebsitesAdded: Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
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While RapidShare undoubtedly remains the leader of file-hosting services out there, quite a few new services appear which are calling for intensified competition and will probably take a prominent spot at the top. Below are 5 services worth checking.
FreakShare.net gets 1,2 million visitors a day, which is quite an impressive figure. This service provides one of the most effortless ways to host your information online. Free users can download or upload file sized up to 450 Mb, with the speed up to 115 KB/s. The main disadvantage is ten minutes waiting time required for a free user prior to starting new downloads. All this of course isn’t true for paying users. So if you make a decision to become a registered member, you are welcome to choose any of the offered payment options (all of them are not very cheap, by the way) and you’ll get an advantage of unlimited speed with simultaneous downloads, ability to upload file sized up to 850 Mb, available file space up to 3000 GB, no advertising and many more.
SharingMatrix.com is quite quality file-hosting service that worth checking out. Statistics shows 530 thousand visitors a day, as it provides free users with ability to download files up to 400 MB or upload those up to 1GB, while download speeds reach 230 KB/s. If you wish to expand your file size to 2 GB, you may purchase premium access for $9.99 per month. The service is usually quite fast and doesn’t require sign up for uploading. However, it contains very many popup adverts, which sometimes annoy a lot.
The next two services share the same rate of popularity - 400 thousand visitors per day. They are X7.to and ShareFlare.net. Both of them offer very generous file size available for free users: X7.to offers 5 GB for both uploading and downloading, when ShareFlare.net has 2 GB for uploading and no limit on downloading at all. The speeds are, however, not very high – around 60 KB/s. Premium access is the cheapest from ShareFlare.net (5€ per month), while that from X7.to is twice more expensive.
The last one, Oron.com, receives about 280 thousand visits daily, providing free users with download speeds up to 125 KB/s and allowing to download 1 GB file (but only in portions of 100 MB an hour), and upload 200 MB. If you buy premium access for $9.95 per month, you’ll get your transfer limit lowered to forty-five minutes while file size gets an increase to 400 MB. The main benefit of a paying user is the size of online storage – 250 GB. The main disadvantage is bandwidth limitation, which is 100 MB an hour for a free user or 45min for a registered one.
April 13th, 2010Posted by:
Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
|posted by (2010-04-13 14:16:45)|
|Rapidshare is good the only drawback is that it does not offer any lifetime membership|
and the other's are tit and tat uuuummmm ok!!
|posted by (2010-04-13 16:27:23)|
|Thanks for the info!|
|What about the hotfile.com?|
|cramit.in and quickupload.net is the best for me, couse if you use I.D.M to download from them the speed is unlimeted ;D|
|Dear SAM,I think 4shared.com is also quite popular........|
|posted by (2010-04-13 22:58:26)|
|what??????????????????????????? rapidshares sucks don t dont know why people use it...3 years ago i often used it olng with megaupload but now is megaupload only. better speed. 15 sec and dl 1Mb speed|
|mediafire is best for me :)|
|i agree with spoont rapidshare aint tat gud... as it is one d oldest file-hosting site so ppl r much into nd attracted 2 tat... i wud recommend hotfile... it is one of the best nowadays||
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