Not a while ago Samsung announced its flagship smartphone Galaxy S3, on its announcement, Samsung said that the device would offer 50GB of free DropBox storage space that can be used for two years, however there were no details about the promo from any of the carriers and now a Dropbox moderator told us that two of them AT&T and Verizon had opted for this deal.
Is my Samsung phone eligible for the free space promotion?
If you have a brand new Samsung phone with Dropbox already installed, you may be eligible to earn 48GB of free space for up to two years. Here’s how:
Complete Get Started
The most common reason people have not yet received their free space is because they have not yet finished the quests on the Get Started tab. To claim your extra space, complete five of the seven quests from Get Started. Please note, some steps require your desktop computer.
Is Dropbox Pre-Loaded?
Dropbox must be pre-loaded on your new Samsung phone to be eligible for the promotion. The first account that signs up will get 48GB of free space, provided you have completed Getting Started.
U.S. AT&T and Verizon customers
Select carriers have opted-out of the promotion on phones otherwise eligible. Unfortunately, AT&T and Verizon are among these carriers not currently participating.
So now what’s your plane about this deal? Of course this deal will show affect on your plane to buy the Galaxy S3, however the time change, so you should understand that after two years, we may hadn’t knowledge about the storage space, it’s not for life time, you can say this deal a test drive for two years.
However it’s pretty good deal for those who’ll buy the AT&T and Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3. So guys what do you think about Dropbox free storage space, drop a line in below comments.
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