Monday, September 11, 2006

XDrive Is Finally Offering 5GB Of Storage For Free

The competition for data storage has now begun because AOL has finally released a free 5GB to their users. Anyone can signup for the service on the Xdrive site but I am sure a lot of people are still going to be skeptical just because the name AOL is attached to it.

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Anonymous said...

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