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New Box users get 50GB of free cloud storage

New Box users get 50GB of free cloud storage

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Looking for a place to store your files in the cloud for free? You're in luck. The popular cloud storage service Box is currently offering 50GB of space for free to new users who sign up for an account. The signup page says the giveaway is a "Dell Exclusive Offer," though it doesn't appear that you need to own a Dell computer or be a Dell employee to take advantage of the offer. Typically, you get just 5GB of space when you sign up for a free account. "Get 50GB of...



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