Weiyun, the cloud storage service from Tencent is offering a massive 10 TB (10240 GB) free cloud storage to its new customers. For the uninformed, Tencent is the largest internet company in China. It provides various services like QQ.com (web portal), Tencent QQ (instant messenger), WeChat (the Chinese competitor to leading smartphone messenger WhatsApp) etc.
When it comes to the amount of free cloud storage, Tencent Weiyun puts its western counterparts to shame. Many popular cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box etc. offer free storage but they range only from 2 GB to 50 GB.
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If you worry about trusting your valuable data with an unknown Chinese cloud storage service, you shouldn’t probably worry because Tencent is a $100 Billion company and one of the largest Internet company in the world. It has huge reputation at stake and it wouldn’t just shut down overnight taking away all your data along with it.http://www.1mtb.com/how-to-get-10-tb-free-online-cloud-storage-from-tencent-weiyun/How To Get 10 TB Free Cloud Storage From Weiyun?1:
Sign-up for a QQ account here. This is an English language website and you should have no problems there.2:
Download the Tencent Cloud to your smartphone. You can find the iOS version of Tencent Cloud here and the Android version here.3:
Sign in to the Tencent Cloud with your QQ id. The app is in Chinese language. The first entry is your email id associated with QQ and the second entry is the password of your QQ id.4:
Now, go to Weiyun and click on the large blue button to get your 10 TB free cloud storage.5:
Log in to the Weiyun cloud here to enjoy your 10 TB free storage.
The above link takes you to the English language Tencent Weiyun website. It is pretty easy to use with simple functionality. The above screenshot shows the various functions available in the Weiyun cloud. So, now is the time to explore the cloud and take full advantage of your 10 TB free cloud storage. The 10 TB cloud storage should be quite sufficient for a life time!
If I remember right there was an online number generator to get around this. The same concept as tempmail, 10minute mail, etc. I'll see if I can find it later.