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you probably right, but this also applies to all Cloud Storage solutions, including Copy/Apple/OneDrive/DropBox Etc...
True, but at least they often show a reasonable limit to your "free" account, eg dropbox 2gb. Pretending you get 36TB is comical
 
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True, but at least they often show a reasonable limit to your "free" account, eg dropbox 2gb. Pretending you get 36TB is comical
And what about this one? Lolabits It does not have a sync software nor Android app but It's a free unlimited cloud disk.
You can upload and share everything you want and it does have a desktop application to manage the uploads without size limits (I uploaded 9 GB file without problems)

This is a small review I made por the web service Lolabits and here you'll find the review for the desktop application Lolabox (I pointed to the google's english translation because the original one is in Spanish)

BTW, this service it's only in Spanish for now

Enjoy!!!
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