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Mac users can now enjoy 100GB and 30 days free to test out Dolly Drive's new Mac-centric online backup, sync, and file storage service (www.dollydrive.com).
Customers with Macs and MacBooks can consolidate their data protection and access services into a single, more cost-efficient application. The 30-day free-trial period lets Apple fans see the capabilities of the company's new platform. The all-in-one cloud productivity suite incorporates an applications-based interface similar to Lion and Mountain Lion.
The offer signals an intention by the company to help Mac users consolidate their data protection and access services -- Dropbox, iCloud, and online backup -- into a single, more cost-efficient application, says Anthony Palermo, creator of Dolly Drive. The 100GB annual Dolly Drive plan is priced at US$72. Dolly Drive plans continue in various sizes up to 8TB or more.