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Question about accessing large files without premium

Question about accessing large files without premium

heliospartner
New member | Level 2

I have two files that are being shared with me that total over 2TB.  Is there any way I can access them without subscribing to premium which costs $720 per year?

 

Thanks,

Brian

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Re: Question about accessing large files without premium

Mark
Super User II

Premium doesnt cost that, you are looking at Business plans.

 

Look at home user ones: www.dropbox.com/plans

 

Do you need read/write access or not?


 


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Re: Question about accessing large files without premium

heliospartner
New member | Level 2

I see that those plans are a bit cheaper but I was hoping for something that doesn't limit size given that I'm already at 2TB with two folders and I may quickly need to look at another that will push me to over 3TB.

 

I guess the question is... is there any way to access files that size that someone else is uploading to a folder without myself purchasing a costly plan?

Re: Question about accessing large files without premium

Rich
Super User II

@heliospartner wrote:

I guess the question is... is there any way to access files that size that someone else is uploading to a folder without myself purchasing a costly plan?


No, not for files that size. There are other sharing and transfer options available within Dropbox, but they have file size or bandwidth limits that would be exceeded.

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