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I am looking for online site where i can upload / Archive my data so that i can browse from web to have a look at what i have and in case i need it somewhere else then i can download it.

I don't want backups services like livedrive, crashplan , mozy, justcloud where they are only linked to one computer and i can't upload files to my one account from different computers

I have around 1TB of data which i want to host on web.

I like Google Docs but its very costly for 1TB, s3 is also very costly.

The only option i currently see is Adrive. But is there any other site which can do what i want

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Most of the cloud storage sites offer you a free storage space aroud 10gb , but Mega initially offers a free storage of 50 GB.Or if you're willing to pay, you can get infinite storage for $99/yr from Bitcasa Infinite Drive.

Or you can roll out your own personal storage service with OwnCloud.This article here will help you setup one.

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thanks buddy bitcasa is what i want. dont trust Mega dont know if its like Megupload they can stop anytime – user191542 Nov 4 '13 at 2:10
Well, Bitcasa changed their business model. I would NOT recommend their services at all anymore (if only as they failed to notify me about their changes, and wiped my data). – Arjan Nov 29 '14 at 14:29

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