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#214147 29-Apr-2017 20:57
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Just notice this offer in my G Cloud backup on my phone

 

 

 

It's 100gigs of back up space for your PC (1 user)

 

http://home.zoolz.com/100gb-free-lifetime-mobile/

 

 

 

I have used zoolz for a while as I have a life time 1TB.  It's set and forget and checks every hour to 2 on changes in the folder you tell it to watch.

 

 

 

Might be handy for a few people around here.

 

 

 

 


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  #1772627 29-Apr-2017 21:05
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Unfortunately, this offer is currently not available in your country.

We’re working hard to add more countries. Once this offer is made available in your country, we’ll let you know!





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  #1772628 29-Apr-2017 21:08
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Stu:

 

Unfortunately, this offer is currently not available in your country.

We’re working hard to add more countries. Once this offer is made available in your country, we’ll let you know!

 

 

Any US VPN will give you the access needed :)


 
 
 
 


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If you use a VPN to sign up / complete registration, do you also need the VPN activate when uploading? Cheers.





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  #1776768 6-May-2017 09:35
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b0untypure1:

 

If you use a VPN to sign up / complete registration, do you also need the VPN activate when uploading? Cheers.

 

 

Should not.  I have not had to use a vpn for my current backups


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Hola VPN does the job all setup Thanks!





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Ive been using Zoolz for a good 6 months with a lifetime 1tb plan as well.  Little slow on the uploading but not really an issue. Never had issues with it.  Dumped a whole pile of old backups I need to keep on there rather than storing them locally.  


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Ive been using Zoolz for a good 6 months with a lifetime 1tb plan as well.  Little slow on the uploading but not really an issue. Never had issues with it.  Dumped a whole pile of old backups I need to keep on there rather than storing them locally.  

 

 

Ditto - for about a year.

 

Two annoying things - One is that I cannot have ALL the 1Tb as cold storage. 500Gb as cold, the other 500Gb as hot, and cannot copy folder structures to the hot storage side of things. Would be handy to have folders as a quick n dirty bulk file n folder transfer.

 

Second - Zoolz ( the home edition)  wont allow backups from server OS's - had to make a schedule Robocopy bat file to copy the stuff I wanted to back up to a spare, mostly empty, HDD on a PC, and run Zoolz on that PC. Added advantage is that I now have *another* semi-live backup location on that PC :-). That makes it 5 backup locations.





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  #1795158 6-Jun-2017 10:18
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Hola VPN does the job all setup Thanks!

 

 

google "hola vpn warning"

 

Be very carefull

 

 





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