Back a bunch of years ago when Dropbox was begging for people to use them they offered on Slickdeals "50 gigs FREE" to anyone who signed up. I signed up expecting they were going to honor this offer. There was no time limit stated.
Now they want to sign up and pay for more than 2G? What happened to the FREE bit?
I don't need more than 50G and probably don't even use close to that.
I thought I had covered this once before with admin, and they agreed to the 'original offer', but now I have to stop my busy day to deal with a 'new' system? I want the original deal!
Dropbox was always only giving away 2gb. Initially when it beta a few users got 5gb.
The initial charged plans were 50gb (which then became 100gb, then 1TB and then 2TB). I've moderated on here since the beta days and I have never ever seen any sort of free promo with SlickDeals - and all promos Dropbox have done with third parties for space (Dell, Samsung, HP etc.) have always been timelimited to 12 or 24 months.
However, looking at SlickDeals I have a feeling you've got Dropbox and Box mixed up... Box used to give away 50gb accounts,
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