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7 Great Web Services to Transfer Large Files

There is no blinking the fact that web 2.0 technologies have radically revolutionized the way users interact with internet and if we narrow down our scope to the file sharing area it becomes clear how easier it becomes for anyone to upload and share files with a single click. The thing, however, is that free file sharing is limited to only a few MBs per file which is, most of the times, insufficient especially when we have many files to share with our students and  colleagues.

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Well Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has done some digging  and came up with a list of some great web tools where you can upload ,share and transfer large files ( sometimes up to 5 GB ) for free . Check out the list below and let us know what you think:




1- Transfer Big Files



This is a three step process to share your large files : choose your files, add recepients, add message.



2- Fileai.com




This is a web service to securely share files that are too big to e-mail for free. It is fast and does not require any software download.



3- File Dropper



File Dropper is a simple file hosting and sharing website. It lets you upload up to 5GB file and get a personal link to share with others.




4- Drop Send



This is a web service that allows you to send large files up to 2GB. You can also use it to store important files and access them anywhere.



5- 2 Big 2 Send



2 Big 2 Send allows users to send large files fast and securely. They have 15 GB professional plan for only 10$ a month.



6- Giga Size



Giga Size lets you upload large files to store them online for instant access and sharing.



7- A Drive


This is a web tool that lets you securely store, manage and share all of your large files including music, videos, photos, documents and more.






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  1. I would like to share one more way for transferring large files. Binfer can transfer large files quite easily. It is definietly much safer option that FTP. Read more about it here: http://www.binfer.com

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  2. I would like to share one more way for transferring large files. PostaOnline can transfer large files quite easily.
    Read more about it here: http://www.postaonline.ro

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