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18 April 2014

5 websites That Allow You to Send Large Files For Free

Gone are the days when sending large files was a pain. Sending large files to someone has become easy now, as all major that provide e-mail services have launched services like cloud storage. Gmail, Dropbox, Skydrive all have made it possible to send large files easily and for free.

But if you are looking for services with more options which make it possible to send large files for free then do check out the below list.

1. Mega 

Mega is a file hosting site and successor to Megaupload. Its most notable feature is that all files are encrypted locally via JavaScript before they are uploaded.

2. WeTransfer 

It’s as easy as including files (approximately 2GB), enter your e-mail address, after that your recipient’s, which’s it. WeTransfer is free and calls for no registration, making delivering huge files as pain-free as feasible. Once the recipient has actually effectively downloaded and install the file, they’ll also send you an invoice.

3. Shared 

Share Media provide 100GB of free storage and 2GB file size limit.One can share files, videos, photos, links, text and music using it.

4. GE.TT

Ge.tt is an instant, real-time file publishing and sharing service. With Ge.tt there is no need for special software or plug-ins. It is a simple file sharing and publishing tool for all types of materials including documents, video, music and photos.

5. MediaFire

Mediafire supplies 50GB 10GB of free storage. It stores all your media and makes it available to you anytime you want it, anywhere you go, on any device you have. Available for Windows, OSX, iPhone, Android and Web, more than 30 million people use MediaFire every month to quickly and securely store, organize, and share all their personal and work data.