I can't believe they're actually going to offer 1 Terabyte for free. This has got to be either a cock-up somewhere or they're simply gambling that no-one is actually going to use it, which makes it a marketing excercise. Although I notice that google declined to comment, according to that article.
Hey, if someone's going to give me a 100TB HDD, I'll happily have it :smile: .
That said though, after careful consideration, I belive the 1Tb limit is <b><font color=blue>N</font color=blue><font color=red>U</font color=red><font color=green>T</font color=green><font color=yellow>S</font color=yellow>!</b>
>Some accounts have 1TB limit!
"It was a bug. We are working to fix it," said Google spokesman Nate Tyler. "Gmail offers users 1 gigabyte of storage."
Anyway, with my current ISP I'm limited to 20 GB traffic per month, only 15% (3 GB) of which is upload, so it would take me almost exactly a year just fill up 1 TB Provided I had enough data in he first place. 100 GB would be nice though, to store my collection of XviD DVD rips
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They should just follow their name and give us a googlebyte.
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