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With the 10, 20 and 25 MB file transfer limitations placed by various email service providers, don’t you wish you had an alternative? The good news is that you do. There are many free file transfer and storage alternatives to Yahoo and Gmail out there to choose from. They are secure, easy to use and most of them are free. It cannot get any better than that. If you are a professional transcriptionist and haven’t found one yet, here are my top 4 recommendations for you.
A free file transfer and storage service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. They allot 2.75GB space to every account. Also you get:
16GB when you refer friends – 500MB per person
100GB when you upgrade to Dropbox Pro
1000GB when you upgrade to a business account
An online file-sharing platform that allows users to transfer files of up to 2GB. Before, all files were downloaded through the website’s browser but they now have an option to download on the person’s browser, which is easy and takes less time to complete the process.
A managed file transfer and storage service which uses 128-bit SSL encryption to enable users to send and receive files. The sender must enter the recipient’s email address plus message when sending the file then the recipient will receive a notification plus the download link. It’s easy and secure. They have free file hosting and no size limits.