Monday, October 7, 2013

How To Get Free Unlimited (10TB) Cloud Storage


Wants to backup all your photos an videos to cloud storage but can not find enough free space? While Dropbox, Goolge and Microsoft still offer GB level (2GB, 5GB and 7GB) free cloud storage, Tencent, the  No.1 Internet giant in China, now offers 10TB free cloud storage. That is almost unlimited for a person user.



If you are not familiar with Tencent, it is the biggest Internet company in China. Its popular social communication products (like WeChat and QQ) have more than 1 billions of users in China and around the world.

Sign-up is easy, just visit the following URL and fill in your email address, birthday (you can input any date) and password.



A activation email will be sent to you. If you can not find it, check if your junk email has filtered it out.


Click on the link in the mail. You will get the following screen with you QQ number.


To claim the free 10T space, you must to download Tencent Cloud app to you Android or iPhone and sign in with your QQ number.


You can search Tencent Cloud in Google Play Store or Apple App Store.

Google Play Store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.qq.qcloud

Apple App Store:
https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/id522700349?mt=8&ls=1

Input you QQ number and click Login button

This app can synchronize your cloud storage to you phone and can also auto backup the photos on your phone (similar to Google+ Auto Backup). But for now, all you need to do is just login.


Last step is visiting following URL, login with your QQ id  to claim your free 10TB of free storage:





Now you can visit the Web version of the Tencent Cloud and starting upload! The upload speed is not as fast as Google Drive and is acceptable.



You can also install a client application on your Windows PC so that the Cloud content can automatically synchronize with your file system. This client application can also automatically push the photos taken by your phone to your PC (Google+ Auto Backup does not have this feature). Following is the URL to download:



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21 comments:

  1. Very good thanks!

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  2. Everything that is free tends to have hidden costs.

    Deliberately surrendering control over one's data to a service hosted in a foreign country, whose government is one of the most powerful on the planet, and has ambitions (easily realized) of expanding that power, when the service in question is moreover provided free of charge, with an almost incredible enticement to use it (virtually limitless storage), is really folly. Relying on encryption when a Trojan or whatever it is called might be used to considerably shorten the odds on discovering the key used is not a reliable defense.

    Once the data is in place, under the jurisdiction of the Chinese government should they choose to avail themselves of it, then given the lack of any enforceable contractual confidentiality terms on account of the lack of consideration for the provision of the service (not that such [Western] capitalist concepts would impede the Chinese authorities), what is to stop them from helping themselves?

    For example: the idea would not be to look at everybody's holiday snaps. But once one of the users of the free cloud service was identified as being in a key position and/or having access to sensitive information, a government service might focus on that person and use all means at their disposal to get to their data. As such, the offer of 10 Terabytes of storage could be seen as a fishing exercise, designed to attract as many people as possible, especially young and careless ones, who one day might come to have responsible jobs and whose past indiscretions may be stored in archives in China, ready to be used as a bargaining chip to secure a "more cooperative attitude".

    Of course all this may be wrong and Tencent may merely be engaging in a huge exercise in philanthropy towards the population of Earth. Why not? Anything is possible.

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  3. Thank you Andy. I set it up too. Now, I can share pictures with my parents in China, where they cannot access Google+. Do you know Yahoo mail provides 1 TB storage for free. However, they don't have the cloud drive service yet. I heard that they may provide it early 2014. I hope they do and I hope they can share the 1 TB or bigger with the cloud drive. Then I may consider moving my backup files to Yahoo.

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  4. The personal items are always important to be stored in the first place. So, if you’ve rented a storage space or thought about it, the time is right now for you to consider insurance options since some renting facilities will not cover your stuff.

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  5. Ziddu.com offers free cloud storage for 50 days with unlimited space

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  6. Thanks for the detailed research and testing.It is an amazing blog! Thank you very much for making everything so clear…



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  7. I want to thank you for writing on free cloud storage Great approach.... Keep it up.

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  8. Nice Sharing..!!! There are many free cloud storage service provider. Dropbox is one of the best of them because it is user friendly and easy.

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  9. nice share i love it... just one question is this lifetime? or there is an expiration also

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  10. Thank you Andy for sharing great news with us. Cloud storage is very trendy now days and some professional organizations are also offering cloud hosting for web applications to the clients.

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  11. That was great..thanks a bunch!

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  12. Here's a new one that is absolutely free, with unlimited storage space. http://free.cloudbacko.com
    It encrypts your file with 256-bit encryption locally before storing on the cloud. It's web based application, i.e. using a web browser to backup and restore files.

    And the best thing is that it can combine all your Google Drive and Dropbox free accounts into one big storage space. And it even allows you to pool multiple Google Drive (or Dropbox) accounts. So, simply apply 10 Google Drive accounts, each with 15GB free space, and then pool them together, and you'll have 150GB free backup space in the cloud. Sweet? Take a look at their website~

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  13. I appreciate all of the information that you have distributed.now days some professional companies are use for reasoning storage space service for online back-up.

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  14. This is a very good blog, containing some good informations.

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  15. Great
    also see this free hosting service with unlimited space freehosting.io with very fast servers.

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  16. Wonderful blog & good post.Its really helpful for me, awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging!

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  17. My entire experience with storage has been like a fabulous dream. The units were clean, dry and in good shape, and there was good access for cars & trucks.

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  18. hmm i tried to upload video but too bad there is no response..

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  19. BS! NO, YOU CANNOT upload videos to the free online (cloud/Internet) storage space of QQ or weiyun.com or imqq.com or other domains used. Did you even try the service? There are already enough paid article writers about this flooding the Internet with this info and misleading. I tried it. NO VIDEO UPLOAD ALLOWED. ONLY PICTURES and other simple docs. PEOPLE look at the menu image on this article and you will see their menu only has the option for Photos.

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