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Kris Merkel
Re: Transferring big files
on Jan 10, 2013 at 9:53:31 pm

Hi Todd, I use MediaFire Pro only when I have to. You can move files up to 2GB i think, and you can only pay for a month. If I have many large files then need to go to a client, I'll upgrade my regular account for $10 move the files and then downgrade after the fact. The drawback is that your client will also have to have a media fire acct. which can get complicated. That is why I only use it if I have to.

I just uploaded some files 1.5Gb files to a clients shared google drive folder and that seemed to work very well.

Best cast is they purchase space and FTP the files to their host

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