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Baldyloxxx

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Hi

Id like to back up all my pictures to the web.

What are the best hosts around for this, that are not too expensive? I have about 30gb of pics and another kid on the way so im guessing ill need at least 100gb storage.

Thanks for any help.
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Jayzeee

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I use dropbox to backup files such as photographs and videos and would recommend. However, you would need to pay for that amount of storage.
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Hello,

I'm not sure if this will cover 30 GB worth of images but try Imgur :thumbsup: !


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Hello,

I'm not sure if this will cover 30 GB worth of images but try Imgur :thumbsup: !


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Although imgur is a great image host - it's designed to easily view and share images, it's not a backup solution which I think Baldyloxxx was after. Images that get no views after a few months will be deleted.
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