This Is WHY I Did NOT Sign Up For A $6.95 First Year 5 TB Of Cloud Backup On iDrive (www.idrive.com)
- 16 Jun 2019
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This Is WHY I Did NOT Sign Up For A $6.95 First Year 5 TB Of Cloud Backup On iDrive (www.idrive.com). I was on happy on CrashPlan till one year ago and then they cancelled the personal plan and offered a discount on "CrashPlan for Small Business", but they didn't extend the discount and hence I was looking for something else. I've tried Carbonite already 2 years ago and it didn't work on my 32 bit Win 10 system because of too many files and hence I'm currently looking for something which is working reliable and not too expensive. I now found the idrive which offers a $6.95 for the first year for a 5 TB plan, if you switch from a paid plan, but this site is FULL of RED FLAGS and hence I didn't sign up and hence I wanted to let you know about all the bad stuff there, what I found so far!
Here some links:
- Switch plan: www.idrive.com/idrive/signup/el/get90
- Crazy Small Print: www.idrive.com/terms-and-conditions
- General pricing iDrive: www.idrive.com/pricing
- Complaints about iDrive: twitter.com/IDriveBackup/status/1102680100451962881
- Google pricing: one.google.com/storage
Here the competitor plans, which allow for the 1st year discount:
Competing services include Carbonite, Mozy, CrashPlan, Backblaze, SOS Online Backup, Dropbox and Google Backup and Sync.
Disclaimer: The information provided on this video is for general purposes only based on my personal experience and are my very personal opinion, trying to help other people and should not be considered as professional advice in any kind. I am not a licensed professional so make sure to consult with your professional consultant in case you need to.
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