Email Large Files to Anyone, Anywhere

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Some people have to email large files every other day. To do this, they need to pay a hefty amount to professionals. If you are among those people, you will be glad to know that there are some quick & easy ways to send large files without spending single money. Yes, you heard it right. Unlike some mail services, which restrict attachment sizes up to a maximum size of 10 MB, these platforms allow you to email files more than this limited size. Besides DropBox and Google Drive, you can use any of these useful ways to send heavy data and files.

  1. WeTransfer: It is one of the easiest and direct ways to share files. Without registering yourself, you can avail the service for free. You will be pleased to know that as big as size of 2GB can be shared to up to 20 people at a single time. Negative point about it is that it slows down a bit sometimes while uploading & downloading. Also, files you share are available to download only for seven days. Download the file within the duration and save it on your system as long as you want; else, you will have to re-download it again.
  1. MailBigFile: This is another quick option to send files upto 2GB. You can upload multiple files at a time. The drag-and-drop feature makes it easier to share the files. Though it is not as good as WeTransfer, still is a good way to get things done on time.
  1. Hightail: To use this, you have to create an account. This is a free service with limitation of as large file as 250 MB. Besides, you can store up to 2GB and have 5 e-signatures. Securing data encryption, desktop & mobile app access and receipt verification are some of the best features Hightail offers.

Use any of these friendly ways to keep your work mode on without any disturbance.


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