75% discount: 2 TB "Lifetime" cloud storage for 245 euros at pCloud (sponsor)

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As a rule, cloud storage is only available as a subscription for a monthly or annual payment. The cloud service pCloud also offers other options here, because the 500 GB and 2 TB of storage can also be obtained for a one-off payment. That in itself is a special feature, but for Valentine's Day pCloud is also offering a decent discount that is impressive:

This corresponds to a 75% discount, which saves on the usual lifetime prices. The offer is valid from 12.02. until 15.02.2022/XNUMX/XNUMX.

From 12.2. pCloud lifetime packages are available with a 15.2.2022 percent discount until February 75, XNUMX.
From 12.2. pCloud lifetime packages are available with a 15.2.2022 percent discount until February 75, XNUMX.

When is the one-off payment worthwhile?

Other services like Dropbox charge around 2 euros per month for 10 terabytes of cloud storage. This means that you pay EUR 240 for two years and, in principle, the one-time payment for the pCloud lifetime package has paid off from this point onwards. I have already booked various cloud storages, but pCloud was one of the first cloud storages that I paid for - at that time unfortunately without this offer with a 75% discount.

The "pCloud Encryption" function offers optional security for user data on the device.
The "pCloud Encryption" function offers optimal security for the data of the users - even on the device of the end user.

pCloud – data protection from Switzerland

Outsourcing data to cloud-based online storage is becoming increasingly difficult for companies, since data from EU citizens should not end up on servers in the USA. With many providers you have no influence on the regional location of the data center, but with pCloud you can choose between the United States (Dallas, Texas) and the European Union (Luxembourg). The data center in Luxembourg is usually already preselected for EU customers.

Here are a few more pluses that pCloud has to offer:

  • Top for Apple users: the pCloud app works on Mac, iPhone and iPad
  • Convenient interface with a file format filter, smart search and 30-day archive of deleted data
  • Data protection in Switzerland ensures the protection of personal data
  • Multi-level encryption on state-of-the-art servers
  • Data sharing for other users without a pCloud account - also public or private
  • Hosting option for static HTML page and images
  • Integrated backup: Copies of your data are saved in at least three locations

Here you will also find two articles that have already been published here about pCloud:

The cloud service pCloud offers some advantages that are not unimportant for the users and the data.
The cloud service pCloud offers some advantages that are not unimportant for the users and the data.

Securing data transfer and pCloud account

The data centers in the USA and Europe are certified according to the standards SSAE 18 SOC 2 Type II & SSAE 16 SOC 2 Type II. 256-bit AES encryption is used to transfer data from your device to pCloud and the TLS/SSL protocol is used, which is also known from websites that are accessed via https.

"pCloud Encryption“ is an encryption that can be additionally activated. As a result, the data sent to the pCloud is already encrypted before being stored on the Mac, iPhone or iPad. This provides additional security for your own data.

pCloud is compliant with ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certificates for Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Information Security Management Systems (ISMS).

If desired, access to the pCloud account can be secured with a two-factor authentication, as is also known from the Apple ID.

Customers are also enthusiastic about pCloud, as can be seen from the positive reviews.
Customers are also enthusiastic about pCloud, as can be seen from the positive reviews.

Convinced? Book now with a 75% discount!

If you've also found interest in pCloud, there really isn't a better time to get involved with the cloud provider. Here are the offers in detail:

 

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10 comments on "75% discount: 2 TB "Lifetime" cloud storage for 245 euros at pCloud (sponsor)"

  1. Is there now long-term experience in terms of data protection with various services that can back up large amounts of data for "private users"? I'm talking about currently 4-5 TB that I want to shoot into the cloud and I'm really unsure which service I should use here :-(

    1. Hello Bastian! I haven't heard anything negative about "leaked" data from either pCloud or Internxt. With Dropbox, on the other hand, it does. An acquaintance had a private photo in her Dropbox that she found on a travel poster while on vacation. Since that experience, her trust in Dropbox has gone.

        1. Hello Bastian! I only use pCloud as an "external hard drive" and store data there manually. But that works fine. I haven't tried the backup function yet, but that would definitely be an idea. I currently have Backblaze as an online backup, but of course they are in the USA - but encrypted. You certainly can't go wrong with pCloud.

          1. Hey :) A few days later... pCloud not bad in itself - Only the upload is bad (slow) which is probably a "known" problem for many. But the support always says nothing is limited - and uploading 20GB of data in 2 days is a no-go. All other cloud services work without problems.

            Then I looked at Backblaze, but I don't think it's that great to use and I can't actively backup only one folder because the main HD is always taken directly. Pretty uncool.

            Now I'm looking for another good service for backups, but haven't found anything that suits me.

            Does anyone have an insider tip here? Thanks :)

          2. Hi Bastian! Have you ever https://internxt.com/ watched? They also have a cloud and according to their marketing, a lifetime deal with 10 or 20 TB should come in a few days. But I haven't tried it yet.

            I never paid attention to uploading from pCloud on mine as I wasn't in a hurry to upload things. But if you often have large quantities, then that is of course an argument. And Backblaze just always runs in the background for me. I don't notice anything, I don't rule anything out and I'm happy that, in case of doubt, I have a backup lying around somewhere that will survive a house fire.

          3. FYI – I have now decided to go with 10TB Managed Nextcloud from Ionos. So to speak, the own cloud is hosted in a German data center, the price is ok and the handling is very easy. I like it :)

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