Filevo: Ungodly File hosting.

You know all those file hosts out there? You know, like Rapidshare, Sendspace, and Megaupload? I think I’ve FINALLY found the best free one. No, seriously, come back. I’m not even kidding.

Are you sitting down? Go get a chair then. I’ll wait.


You back?

Good, good. Now sit. Seriously. Alright. If you’re unregistered, you get 100 MB of space per file, 1.5 Mbit/s download speeds, 1000 MB download cap per day, and 25 seconds of wait time. Meh, you say? If you register for a FREE account, you get 1 GB of storage space, 4 Mbit/s download speeds, no captcha verification, the option to upload from remote URL’s, and no download limitations. You get 10 gigs of online storage space on top of that, for free. Seriously, how great is that?

But I have all this money! Where can I spend it!?

They offer a premium service, which you can detail here, but really? It’s almost as if they’re giving away money. Well, in the form of free web space. Spend your money on buying $1 things from eBay over and over. It’s really fun and slightly suspicious-looking. That’s pretty durn cool. As a registered user, you can keep track of your uploaded files, which is nice. They also have a useful tool that allows you to check a bunch of links on their site to see if they exist. It really is my new favorite online file storage service.

Check them out. Right the hell now.


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This stuff is old and no longer works:

Yeah, I’ve found a website that gives away Rapidshare Premium accounts through its ad revenue. In addition to rapidshares,  premium accounts for Filefactory, Hostgator, Filefront, Megashare, Sendspace, Fileplanet, Megaupload, and Gamespot are also regularly given away. And best yet, its not one of those shady, under-the-counter faked accounts either. These accounts are perfectly legal. Check it out here:

First of all, this isn’t a scam. Its perfectly legitimate, and requires no credit cards, money, or other annoyances. All it asks you for are a username, password, and email (and I have yet to receive spam emails from them). You just have to click a link, which generates a random number. If your number is in their range of numbers, you win an account. They pay for the accounts via advertisements, and as long as they have a cash flow, they can buy more accounts. So, what do you have to lose?

Oh, and if you aren’t satisfied, how about this; every time I win an account, I’ll put it on the site and raffle it off. Sound good? It is. I promise. Try it out.