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I have a ton of pics and videos uploaded to DB but I really hate paying $100/year for storage. Other cloud services offer a 1 time lifetime payment, is this something Dropbox would consider?
Is there a plan that we can just make one time payment and get infinite storage?
So we can feel blessed plz
I need drop box to back up my entire life
Hey there @comebaqq - how are you today?
As there isn't such option at the moment, I'll pass your comments on to our product team for future consideration - thank you for this feedback!
In the meantime, you can find our existing plans, pricing and features on the page below:
If there's anything else I can help with, please let me know!
PS:On a side note, I've moved your post under the 'Share an Idea' section of our Community so other users can find and upvote it too!
I am from Africa, i can sacrifice for a once of payment, not even 2TB even 200GB once off because i cant literally afford monthly recurring payments. To put things into perspective USD$10 is a 1/4 of someones salary here.
I was just wondering if there were any projected promotions or lifetime deals upcoming in the forseeable future. While the plans are appealing for hardcore users there are plenty of us that just need a reasonable ammount of extra space perhaps.
For a one-time reasonable/fixed lifetime payment... yes!
It wont happen - you just need to look at all these companies offering 1 time fees... they go bust quickly when they realise that there revenue stream has dried up.
Its silly to ask really as the costs to store, process and transport the files etc. never stop
We need a lifetime option.
I would also like a lifetime plan, it doesn't need to be infinite storate (which is unrealistic), but something better than the free version. I wouldn't mind a tiered price, like maybe a 1 TB or 2 TB for different prices, etc.
Dropbox syncing is one of the best out thier (if not the best), but I don't like how Dropbox is adding more restrictions, like how many computers I can sync with, with the free version (to try and get you to upgrade). I believe $12 a month is too much. As much as I like Dropbox's syncing, I'm currently leaning more towards [a competitor] which does offer a Lifetime plan. It's really nice to not have to pay a monthly fee.
I will unlikely subscribe to Dropbox, but I would definitely purchase a Lifetime plan.
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