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How To Get 50 TB (Terabytes) Free Cloud Storage Space?

It’s literally raining free cloud storage in China and the Chinese cloud storage services are throwing away heaps of free cloud storage at their customers. The Chinese cloud storage services haven’t set any geographical restrictions either. So, we all could very well take part in the action and grab a piece of it too.

To get the 50 TB free cloud storage, all you need to do is just signup for three Chinese cloud storage services. To put this in perspective, 1 TB (terabyte) is equal to 1024 GB (gigabytes) which makes 50 TB of your free cloud storage equal to 51200 GB. This is all the storage you would ever need in, say, maybe ten lives.

How to get 50 tb free cloud storage, Get huge gbs of free cloud storageThe signup process is pretty easy, except that the proceedings are in Chinese. After the signup, you need to claim your free storage too. Do not worry if you are not well versed in Chinese, we are here to guide you through the process. This is just a small difficulty considering that you get 50 TB free cloud storage and you never ever have to pay for cloud storage during your lifetime.

How To Get 50 TB (Terabytes) Free Cloud Storage Space?

The three Chinese cloud storage services that you need to signup for to get the 50 TB free cloud storage are as follows,

1. Qihoo 360 Yunpan (Cloud Drive): This is the biggest of the lot. Qihoo 360 offers a massive 36 TB to any customer who signs up for its Qihoo 360 Cloud Drive service. Apart from the already huge 36 TB free cloud storage, you can also do additional tasks or test your luck daily to get more free storage.

Qihoo 360 is a software company that provides internet and mobile security products. It also owns a web browser which is very popular in China. For more details on how to signup for Qihoo 360 Cloud Drive and claim your 36 TB free cloud storage, go here.

2. Tencent Weiyun: The next largest offering in this group is Tencent Weiyun. Tencent Weiyun is offering 10 TB free cloud storage to all its customers. Weiyun’s web client is in English which should make it easier to use among the lot.

Tencent is the fourth largest internet company in the world with a market value of around $150 billion. So, you can be assured that it is not a fly-by-night company and you can trust your data with Tencent Weiyun. For more details on how to signup for Tencent Weiyun and claim your 10 TB free cloud storage, go here.

3. Baidu Pan (Baidu Cloud Network Drive): Baidu is like the Google of China, and it is offering 2 TB free cloud storage on its Baidu Cloud Network Drive. The 2 TB free storage pales in comparison to what’s on offer from the other two cloud services. But, 2 TB isn’t something that can be ignored and that too when it is absolutely free.

For more details on how to signup for Baidu Cloud Network Drive and claim your 2 TB free cloud storage, go here.

So, when you sum up the 36 TB free cloud storage from Qihoo 360, 10 TB free cloud storage from Tencent, 2 TB free cloud storage from Baidu and the freebies from Qihoo 360, you are well over the 50 TB free cloud storage we have promised. Trust me, this is way more cloud storage than you would ever need in your life.

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  • MrWilsonLor July 24, 2014, 13:54

    Kanbox= 10Tb

    • ARM July 24, 2014, 14:01

      Thanks for letting us know another cloud storage service that offers 10 TB. But, we have to know if the service is reputed enough to trust our data with it.

      • MrWilsonLor September 6, 2014, 15:40

        Kanbox is owned by alibaba.

        “In 2012, two of Alibaba’s portals together handled 1.1 trillion yuan ($170 billion) in sales, more than competitors eBay and Amazon.com combined”

        • ARM September 6, 2014, 16:07

          In that case, it should be good enough!

  • Daniel August 25, 2014, 21:04

    Thanks for the tip. I’ve used Chinese clouds for a while and I make a living writing about Chinese developments in the tech industry in my country, Sweden. So regarding the other comment and “trust our data” it’s a really good question but with a really easy answer – of course you can.

    My question is, do you want your data on american soil after Snowden and the NSA scandal? I don’t. Do you trust their data with their services? I don’t. Maybe that it will still be there, but not regarding security. These companies in China are as the poster mentioned, China’s versions of Google and so on, they are huge. Tencent isn’t Google-huge but huge enough and involved in so much stuff that you can be sure that your data is well kept and taken care of. And what about security? Well, we don’t know really, the Chinese could very well snoop through our files, but at least it isn’t confirmed to my knowledge as of yet. And if they do, I prefer it be a Chinese company rather than NSA/Google that have so much more means and reason to use it against me.

    So my advice to all readers, skip the american cloud services and go to other countries. It doesn’t have to be China but with these ridiculous limits it’s a pretty good choice. Switzerland and Sweden, the two neutrals in the world, are your best bet for security even if NSA seems to have penetrated Sweden too, but our companies are aware now and things will change. But you won’t get any free TB’s there so why not try China?

  • Charles Henderson September 8, 2014, 15:33

    It will be nice not to have any storage troubles in one of my worlds think you very much CHARLES HENDERSON

  • MrWilsonLor September 14, 2014, 15:29

    I found cloud.letv.com and offers unlimited storage …

    http://prntscr.com/4moox1

  • gavin January 6, 2015, 22:11

    What cross platform solutions can provide automatic read/write encryption for these services? I don’t trust them, but I still want to use their drives ;-)

  • humpf August 26, 2015, 20:02

    “So, when you sum up the 36 TB free cloud storage from Qihoo 360, 10 TB free cloud storage from Tencent, 2 TB free cloud storage from Baidu and the freebies from Qihoo 360, you are well over the 50 TB free cloud storage we have promised.” Since when is 48 > 50 ? :-O :-)

    • ARM August 26, 2015, 21:37

      Have one more go at it and you will find “freebies” hiding somewhere in that sentence. :P

      • Michael November 4, 2015, 08:18

        Sorry, but you can’t add. 36+10=46+2=48 not 50! From the freebies in the sentence of all three is 36/10/2! That is what it says. Nothing else.

        • ARM November 4, 2015, 10:04

          I have already explained this before and i don’t understand where the misunderstanding is coming from.

          “So, when you sum up the 36 TB free cloud storage from Qihoo 360, 10 TB free cloud storage from Tencent, 2 TB free cloud storage from Baidu and the freebies from Qihoo 360, you are well over the 50 TB free cloud storage we have promised.”

          Qihoo 360 used to give some more free cloud storage over and above the standard 36 TB free cloud storage on offer and that is what the above sentence says. I wish you have read the sentence carefully before jumping to conclusions in haste.

  • Rbnet September 4, 2015, 18:29

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  • Kinsuk March 29, 2016, 17:45

    Get 50 gb dropbox space by signing up using this link….you have to install the app(android/windows) and login.Signup using this link: db.tt/H6iA9UlM

  • Xomyth July 21, 2016, 18:51

    this cloud storage sucks, i had to make a second account just so that i could fit my entire porn drive on it.

    yes im joking

  • metafaniel December 5, 2016, 22:38

    The number 1 service of this list, Qihoo 360 Yunpan (Cloud Drive), is at present shutting down it’s services. Please check this using Google translate:
    c-t.yunpan.360.cn/vip/upgradeannounce

    “From February 1, 2017 cloud disk data will be no longer retained , 360 will close all account and clear the cloud disk data, please be sure to back up your data before downloading.”

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