How? By having an iOS device like an iPhone or an iPad. Just download the Box.Net app onto your iOS device and either log into an existing Box.Net account, or create a new one. You'll automatically get 50GB of storage space. The usual free capacity is 5GB.
That's not all. Ordinarily, Box limits individual files to a maximum of 25MB, which is uncomfortably small for many kinds of projects. This upgrade also bumps you up to a 100MB file limit -- not as good as Dropbox, but now competitive with SkyDrive.
Now if only Box.Net would roll out a Windows app that mounts your cloud storage as a drive in Windows for drag-and-drop convenience, we'll really have something.
Read all about the offer -- which expires in about a month -- on Box.Net's blog.
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