[Help] Best Alternative for Mediafire/Sendspace

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Mesina

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Hello CPA Elites,

I really want to know if there's a better download service provider similar to mediafire and sendspace that provides better user experience without any ads (I'm willing to pay to remove the ads but mediafire and sendspace aren't always at its optimum condition for me)

It just happened that one of my mediafire account got terminated and I was thinking if there is another download service provider that can do better.

I will appreciate any response coming from the members of this forum.

Best Regards,
Mesina
 

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Zippyshare, but they've got some ads I think. I've also heard good things about putlocker, they've got no ads for the pro account - it's quite cheap too, but I personally never used them.
 

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Dropbox.com, it's just the best.
 

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you can use datafilehost.com or ge.tt they are good to
Edit : box.com
 

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inflameous said:
Dropbox.com, it's just the best.

Dropbox I believe has a limited amount of downloads as it is not meant as a mass file sharer. I would stay with mediafire because of its reliability ( if you need me to make another account PM me). When people see mediafire they get a false sense of security because of its file scan.
 

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Nice share there mates.
I am looking for this too. :D
Dropbox has its limits in terms of downloading.
 

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If you are using your own website (domain+hosting) why not just hosting your file on your domain ?
If you don't want to host your file you still can go with MultiUpload or Mega =)
 

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Tifax3 said:
If you are using your own website (domain+hosting) why not just hosting your file on your domain ?
If you don't want to host your file you still can go with MultiUpload or Mega =)

Don't upload on your host, you'll risk getting banned(for fake files)!
 
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