Black Friday blowout: Get up to 85% off secure pCloud storage


Secure pCloud storage for 85% off? Sign us up.
Secure pCloud storage for 85% off? Sign us up.
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These days, the average person takes up a lot of digital space. In addition to hefty software programs, people practically burst their hard drives at their seams with scads of photos, videos and documents.

So cloud storage is increasingly critical, and right now you can get an amazing Black Friday deal on highly secure and easy-to-use pCloud storage — up to 85% off normal pricing. And both new and current customers can get the deal.

Get up to 85% off pCloud storage in Black Friday deal

A secure, reliable place to easily store and access all of your important data — pictures of pets, videos of kids, work projects, tax returns — brings peace of mind. Even if your house floods, all of that precious information is safe, especially if it’s stored in a secure environment in the cloud like the one pCloud offers.

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More than 16 million people worldwide use it. We’ll get more into some of the benefits of pCloud storage below. But first, check out the details of the Black Friday deal you can get!

More about the Black Friday deal

What’s the deal? Individual Lifetime Plans with 500GB, 2TB and 10 TB of storage space are priced up to 85% off.

Who can get it? New and existing customers

And the costs by storage size?

  • Get 500GB at 75% off for $139.
  • 2TB is 76% off at $279.
  • 10TB plan is 85% off at $890.

pCloud automatic backup

The company rolled out pCloud Backup in 2021. The new service makes it easier than ever to back up your files, protecting them. Any file or folder yo select on your computer automatically backs up to your pCloud account. Now that’s easy.

And you can access and work with backed up files easily, too. Any changes you make are backed up. If you edit while your machine is offline, pCloud captures changes when you’re back online.

All versions of your files are stored in the cloud, so you can return to them. And even so, old versions don’t count toward your storage limit. Old versions and deleted files are available for one month, but you can increase to a year if you buy Extended File History.

Tight security

If the cloud storage service you use isn’t secure, what good is it? pCloud prioritized it, of course. It even demonstrated its security prowess by offering $100,000 to 2,860 hackers from all over the world to see if they could hack the system in 180 days. Not one of them could crack it.

pCloud safeguards your files with TLS/SSL encryption. As soon as your date goes from your device to pCloud’s service, the encryption is applied.

And even better, the service offers higher-level encryption it calls pCloud Crypto. Using that, you access private files from any device and no one else can see a thing.

File sharing and collaboration

You can use pCloud on different devices and share and collaborate on files with others.
You can use pCloud on different devices and share and collaborate on files with others.
Photo: pCloud

pCloud also makes it easy to collaborate with others by sharing files. Family members, friends or colleagues can send and receive files and work on them together. pCloud’s file-sharing apps and its web interface make it simple.

And, as always, pCloud offers 10GB of storage for free when you sign up — plenty of space for plenty of files you can share.

Intuitive user interface

pCloud also prides itself on making its cloud storage options easy to use. You can access pCloud storage from all of your devices. It could hardly be simpler to save files.

After that, you have ready access to them on your laptop via pCloud Drive. And you also can access them from your smartphone or from another device via the web.

Where to buy: pCloud


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