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Back that thing up: Lifetime of iDrive unlimited encrypted mobile backup only $19.99 (Deal of the Day)

Imagine the horror of a bricked or water-damaged phone and the sudden realization that all of your valuable photos, contacts, and sensitive information are drifting away in the digital wind. We think that years worth of collected data is invaluable. Luckily for you, iDrive does, too.

Our Deal of the Day aims to put your fears at ease with a lifetime of mobile cloud backup through iDrive. Priced at only $ 19.99, you can backup data from up to five devices. Mix and match your phones, tablets, desktops, etc.; it doesn’t matter where it comes from. Be it media like pictures, video, important documents, or even social media files, iDrive will host it for you.

Features

  • 256-bit AES encryption with an optional user defined key
  • Back up your iOS device and restore it to your Android and vice versa
  • Access backed up files from any mobile device, or through the web
  • Share your files with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and email
  • IDrive features Facebook & Instagram backup

Where to Buy

Normally you’ll spend about $ 50 for a lifetime account like this, but we like you. AndroidGuys readers can order a license for only $ 19.99 through our Deals store. Hurry, though, it won’t last long!

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If this is your first time buying, then you are also eligible for a further 10% discount when you subscribe for email updates.

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Get 70% off 3 years of premium protection from VPN Unlimited

While the internet has made our lives easier, there also exists a criminal element online that threatens to steal our data and identities. You can put a stop to that by purchasing the VPN Premium Unlimited Plan for only $ 19 at the Pocketnow Deals store.

A VPN is a Virtual Private Network. It keeps your identity anonymous and untraceable while conducting business online and, in turn, that protects your data from being hacked. A nice added bonus of a VPN is that it gives you the freedom to access geo-restricted online content, as services such as Netflix won’t know where you are located.

With the VPN Premium Unlimited Plan, you get 3 years of protection. It works on iOS and Android, along with Mac, PC, or Linux environments. Even better, you can activate your VPN Premium Unlimited Plan on up to 5 devices, giving you protection for every device in your household.

Make your internet usage stress free. Get 3 years of hacker protection and the ability to access geo-restricted content with the VPN Premium Unlimited Plan for just $ 19 at the Pocketnow Deals store.

Link: Get 70% Off 3 Years Of VPN Unlimited – $ 19


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Amazon debuts all-you-can-read Kindle Unlimited plan

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The new service features access to more than 600,000 books and thousand of audiobooks

Amazon on Friday debuted a new Kindle Unlimited subscription service which allows access to more than 600,000 titles and thousands of audiobooks. Priced at $ 9.99 per month, the service includes such popular books series as The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and The Hunger Games.

While the library is a great start it is nowhere the breadth of the full Kindle store; the same goes for the audiobooks through Audible. For a limited time, Amazon will toss in three months of access to Audible’s full library when signing up to Kindle Unlimited. And, for those shy about coughing up ten bucks on a new service, you can sign up for the 30-day free trial.

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QVIVO relaunches as free, unlimited media cloud storage service

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Are you tired of paying for your cloud media storage? If so, QVIVO hopes you’ll give its service a try, as its newly re-launched platform gives users unlimited cloud media storage – for free – for life.

The platform focuses on storing and streaming media, like television shows, home videos, music files and pictures. It organizes items based on type into specific cloud media libraries, which can then be streamed to iOS and Android devices via free apps.

QVIVO is supported by a $ 1 million angel round of funding led by SingTel, and is currently seeking additional funding. The platform has been built from the ground up, and doesn’t rely on any third party, such as Amazon or Google, to host its service.

While the platform’s unlimited cloud storage is available for free, users have access to five hours of free media streaming each month, before being asked to upgrade. The QVIVO Unlimited in-app purchase is available for $ 9.99 on iOS, or users can unlock a free month by inviting five new friends to join the service. All users have premium accounts during QVIVO’s initial beta period.

“We believe the pay-per-gigabyte model is broken and interrupts the seamless user experience cloud storage services were designed for.” says Liam McCallum, Founder and CEO. “Today, we’re disrupting this model.”

In addition to personal media streaming, users can connect to Facebook to invite their friends to a personal circle. These users can enjoy their friends’ media in the same way.

“Your friends and family and now at the heart of your QVIVO experience” adds McCallum. “Your media is presented as an unlimited wall of content that you, your friends and your family can all enjoy seamlessly.”

QVIVO is available on the web, as well as iOS. The new Android app is coming soon.


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FreedomPop debuts $4.58 unlimited calling, messaging plan

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Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) FreedomPop has rolled out a $ 4.58 rate which is essentially half its former price. Indeed, you can take advantage of the plan which allows for unlimited calling and unlimited texting. What’s the catch? FreedomPop operates on Sprint’s CDMA and WiMAX networks and utilizes only a few, outdated smartphones. Specifically, the carrier sends voice calls over the data network (VoIP). For those of you who can’t be bothered with a monthly bill, FreedomPop provides a free plan of 200 voice minutes, 500 texts, and 500MB of data.

Joining the carrier’s handset roster this week, the Samsung Galaxy S II, can be had for $ 169.99. Yep, conceivably, this is all you might spend over the life of the plan. FreedomPop, for its part, expects to roll out LTE coverage later this quarter which is when we expect new devices to debut.

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FreedomPop debuts $4.58 unlimited calling, messaging plan

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Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) FreedomPop has rolled out a $ 4.58 rate which is essentially half its former price. Indeed, you can take advantage of the plan which allows for unlimited calling and unlimited texting. What’s the catch? FreedomPop operates on Sprint’s CDMA and WiMAX networks and utilizes only a few, outdated smartphones. Specifically, the carrier sends voice calls over the data network (VoIP). For those of you who can’t be bothered with a monthly bill, FreedomPop provides a free plan of 200 voice minutes, 500 texts, and 500MB of data.

Joining the carrier’s handset roster this week, the Samsung Galaxy S II, can be had for $ 169.99. Yep, conceivably, this is all you might spend over the life of the plan. FreedomPop, for its part, expects to roll out LTE coverage later this quarter which is when we expect new devices to debut.

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Boost Mobile offering limited time $35 unlimited 4G LTE plan

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Carriers are constantly coming up with new way to get smartphone users to change their provider and Boost Mobile just unveiled a new promo offering unlimited talk, text and data for new customers for only $ 35 for the first six months of service.

The deal is good from now until March 31 for any customers that activate a Boost Mobile 4G LTE smartphone. Boost has numerous LTE smartphones, both Android and iOS, but some of the Android devices you have to choose from include the now dated Samsung Galaxy S3, Boost Max, a rebranded ZTE Iconic Phablet, LG Optimus F, Boost Warp 4G, HTC One SV and Boost Force. Sadly, this doesn’t include the Motorola Moto G since its a 3G only smartphone.

Most of these aren’t the newest devices like the HTC One or Galaxy S4, but you are getting Sprint 4G LTE prepaid and with no contract.

Boost also mentions that by choosing their service, customers get Boost Mobile Wallet, an app to send money and pay bills “around the world,” plus there’s a referral program where a customer can earn $ 25 for each friend they refer to Boost Mobile and they are eligible to receive $ 500 a year.

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U.S. Cellular debuts $50 ‘unlimited’ no-contract plan

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U.S. Cellular on Friday introduced a new no-contract plan which offers unlimited voice, messaging, and 500MB of 3G/4G data for $ 50 per month. Yes, it’s billed as “unlimited” but that’s because you can go over the allotted data. Doing so, however, sees your speeds throttled over the rest of the billing period. You can, of course, opt for the next plan up which provided 2GB data for $ 65 per month.

Along with this plan, the company is offering the ZTE Director for $ 49.99, the 4G LTE Kyocera Hydro XTRM and  4G LTE Samsung Axiom for $ 129.99 and the 4G LTE Moto X for $ 299.99 with instant rebates. Additional 4G LTE devices are also available with this no contract plan

To learn more about the new no-contract offerings, including the limited time promo, check out U.S. Cellular’s website.

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