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A lifetime 2TB ThunderDrive cloud storage can be yours for only $59

Pop Quiz! Where do you keep your music, important photos, and documents? Please tell us that you’re not storing it in one place.

Smart people backup files on a hard drive or in the cloud. Really smart people keep things in a variety of spots. Google Drive and Google Photos are convenient and really helpful, and might be the first place you think of, but they’re not without potential problems or hiccups.

What happens when you get close to filling up your allotted storage space? Before you break out that credit card and purchase more storage through your cloud hosting, or buying an external hard drive, consider the following deal.

How would you like a lifetime account with 2TB (terabytes) of cloud-based storage for the price of date night dinner? It’s accessible anywhere you are, secure as hell, and comes with a host of friendly features. Indeed, the promotion we have on ThunderDrive is impossible to resist.

With this lifetime of 2TB of storage, the Pro plan offers up an incredibly affordable place to house your media and files. And it’s not just the things from your desktop PC, either. It’s also mobile friendly and just as convenient.

Features

  • 2 TB lifetime storage
  • 2TB of download bandwidth
  • Shareable password-protected files
  • Set expiration for shared links
  • 30-day trash recovery
  • Upload/download speeds 6x faster than nearest competitors
  • Mobile friendly
  • Secure 256-bit AES encryption
  • SSL/TLS encryption
  • Length of access: lifetime
  • No device limit

Where to Buy

You pick up the lifetime account of ThunderDrive Pro cloud backup plan for only $59 through the AndroidGuys Deals Store. We’re not exaggerating about how much of a bargain this is, either. Go check! This runs $1,200 over at ThunderDrive’s website.

Other Options

Alternatively, you can purchase a personal plan of 500GB for just $29. It, too, is a lifetime account and a massive discount on its normal price. And somewhere in the middle is the 1TB plan which is yours for a mere $39.

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For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.

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If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.

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A lifetime 2TB ThunderDrive cloud storage can be yours for only $59

Pop Quiz! Where do you keep your music, important photos, and documents? Please tell us that you’re not storing it in one place.Smart people backup files on a hard drive or in the cloud. Really smart people keep things in a variety of spots. Google Drive and Google Photos are convenient and really helpful, and might be the first place you think of, but they’re not without potential problems or hiccups.What happens when you get close to filling up your allotted storage space? Before you break out that credit card and purchase more storage through your cloud hosting, or buying an external hard drive, consider the following deal.How would you like a lifetime account with 2TB (terabytes) of cloud-based storage for the price of date night dinner? It’s accessible anywhere you are, secure as hell, and comes with a host of friendly features. Indeed, the promotion we have on ThunderDrive is impossible to resist.With this lifetime of 2TB of storage, the Pro plan offers up an incredibly affordable place to house your media and files. And it’s not just the things from your desktop PC, either. It’s also mobile friendly and just as convenient.Features2 TB lifetime storage2TB of download bandwidthShareable password-protected filesSet expiration for shared links30-day trash recoveryUpload/download speeds 6x faster than nearest competitorsMobile friendlySecure 256-bit AES encryptionSSL/TLS encryptionLength of access: lifetimeNo device limitWhere to BuyYou pick up the lifetime account of ThunderDrive Pro cloud backup plan for only $59 through the AndroidGuys Deals Store. We’re not exaggerating about how much of a bargain this is, either. Go check! This runs $1,200 over at ThunderDrive’s website.Other OptionsAlternatively, you can purchase a personal plan of 500GB for just $29. It, too, is a lifetime account and a massive discount on its normal price. And somewhere in the middle is the 1TB plan which is yours for a mere $39.Best SellersSave even more!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 promises full phone charging in 15 minutes

Qualcomm on Monday announced Quick Charge 5, its latest version of its standard for charging battery-powered devices like phones. As one might expect, it takes the already-fast charging technology and dials it way up.According to Qualcomm, Quick Charge 5 promises to charge a dead phone up to 50% in just five minutes. Moreover, a mere 15 minutes is all that’s required to hit the full 100%.To achieve this technologically astounding feat, Qualcomm employs a 100 watt/20 volt power supply. And that’s not all; it can support higher wattages and/or voltage, too.Understanding that typical battery cells and phone charging circuits cannot handle these levels without overheating, it utilizes “stacked cells” which more or less amounts to multiple batteries.…optimized to take advantage of both USB-PD and Type-C technologies, addressing future Android requirements. Compatibility with industry standards like USB Type-C protocols…Not only is this new stuff incredibly fast, it’s also more efficient, too. It folds in 12 voltage, current, and temperature protections, and runs 10 degrees Celsius cooler than Quick Charge 4.Quick Charge 5 is backwards-compatible and works with the USB-PD standard as well as wireless charging.Mobile devices with Quick Charge 5 are expected to ship as soon as the third quarter of the year (Q3 2020). The feature is already supported on Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 865 Plus mobile processors.

T-Mobile announces more competitive plan pricing

T-Mobile and Sprint have been merged for around 3 months, and have launched a series of initiatives, from free robocall protection to free unlimited service for first responders.Now, with the T-Mobile and Sprint brands officially merging on August 2nd, the Un-Carrier is offering 4 lines of unlimited data for $25 per line plus taxes and fees.In addition, you can get four Samsung Galaxy A71 5G’s for only an additional $5 per line with an eligible trade-in.If switching from AT&T or Verizon, T-Mobile has their Keep & Switch offer. With Keep & Switch, you can keep your phone and T-Mobile will clear any existing debts with the other carriers up to $450.You can read more about the offer here and watch the announcement from CEO Mike Sievert below.

Corning Gorilla Glass Victus aims to guard against drops and scratches

Smartphone screens are about to get a bit more sturdy yet again, thanks to Corning‘s next generation of Gorilla Glass.Called Gorilla Glass Victus, it promises better resistance to drops and scratches than its predecessor, Gorilla Glass 6. Indeed, it’s said to feature twice the improvement in scratch resistance than the previous generation.As for drops, Gorilla Glass Victus is reported to handle drops from up to two meters onto hard, rough surfaces. That’s a fairly noteworthy bump over the Gorilla Glass 6’s handling of up to 1.6 meters.When it comes to glass and display protection we’ve had to trade scratch resistance for guarding against drops. Often it’s one or the other and most recently it’s been heading in the direction of drops. Gorilla Glass Victus attempts to bring that balance back in line for users.As much as we like our phones to handle the occasional fall or getting knocked off the table, we equally appreciate if it withstands simple scratches. And given that we’re holding onto phones longer than ever, it’s still too easy to pick up a little bit of surface scuffing over the years.According to Wired, Corning is ready to meet the demand for its next-generation glass. However, with the pandemic still in full swing, it could be some time before we see it widely available. With that said, don’t be surprised if it’s listed among the features of your next flagship handset.