Get 2TB of ThunderDrive Cloud Storage for $50 with this Labor Day sale

If you’re still relying on traditional, external hard drives to transfer and store your data, you’re missing out. Cloud storage services have come a long way since their admittedly shaky beginnings, and it’s now possible to quickly and conveniently store all of your files in secure cloud servers.

But not all cloud storage services are created equal. ThunderDrive Cloud Storage offers unparalleled security and convenience, and a lifetime subscription is currently available for 95% off at just $59. This weekend, use code SAVE15STORAGE and get it for just $50.15.

Featuring a whopping 2TB of storage space, this subscription grants you unlimited access to your files at all times, along with a series of organizational tools and transfer methods.

You’ll be able to quickly and easily store and access all of your files from a streamlined platform, log in via your smartphone, secure all of your files under 256-bit AES encryption, and more.

This subscription is also 6x faster than Amazon storage services, and you’ll be able to transfer files to friends and family via email or a link.

Ditch the expensive and unreliable hard drives and land 2TB of secure cloud storage with ThunderDrive Cloud Storage for just $59—95% off its usual price. Use code SAVE15STORAGE this weekend and get it for just $50.15.

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