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#1 Bryan84

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:17

My FileSonic and FileServe accounts are coming to an end. I am considering to probably get a multi-hosting premium account but I am unsure which is reliable and good. In terms of speed of download and surely will be able to download from providers like filesonic, wupload, megaupload and such. I've come across Zevera but of course still skeptical about it.

Do you have one to recommend?


#2 SiCKX

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:34

Use torrents if you need that much warez.

http://www.linksnappy.com/
http://fetch.io/
http://filepunch.me/

Those are sites you'd check out.

#3 OP Bryan84

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:36

I never mentioned anything about warez =P

Or is it better than I buy from the individual websites? :o

#4 Sam Korn

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 13:39

Use torrents if you need that much warez.

http://www.linksnappy.com/
http://fetch.io/
http://filepunch.me/

Those are sites you'd check out.


I can't believe you honestly just told someone who uses filehosters to use torrents! LOL!! That's like telling someone whos' used to driving a Ferrarri that he should buy a Dodge! Anyone who has used filehosters with a download manager will tell you that once have you used this you can never go back to slow-ass torrents. You got no idea what you're talking about and hence shouldn't comment. I don't care how fast you think your Torrents are, Filehosting with a download manager is ALWAYS faster. Don't believe me, try it!

Anyone with half a clue stopped using torrents many, many years ago. Torrents are dated, slow technology used by cheapskates!

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As for Zevera, I started using Zevera not long ago and it isn't too bad. Except that they no longer support Fileserve. The other major problem I have encountered with them is that if you are using a download limit account, when you request Zevera links that it automatically counts against your download limit, before you've downloaded it. This means you wanna make sure you only request links for things you actually wanna download.

#5 yxz

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 13:54

Anyone with half a clue stopped using torrents many, many years ago. Torrents are dated, slow technology used by cheapskates!

http://torrentfreak.com/twitter-uses-bittorrent-for-server-deployment-100210/
http://torrentfreak....love-it-100625/

#6 SiCKX

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 08:28

I can't believe you honestly just told someone who uses filehosters to use torrents! LOL!! That's like telling someone whos' used to driving a Ferrarri that he should buy a Dodge! Anyone who has used filehosters with a download manager will tell you that once have you used this you can never go back to slow-ass torrents. You got no idea what you're talking about and hence shouldn't comment. I don't care how fast you think your Torrents are, Filehosting with a download manager is ALWAYS faster. Don't believe me, try it!

Anyone with half a clue stopped using torrents many, many years ago. Torrents are dated, slow technology used by cheapskates!

..

As for Zevera, I started using Zevera not long ago and it isn't too bad. Except that they no longer support Fileserve. The other major problem I have encountered with them is that if you are using a download limit account, when you request Zevera links that it automatically counts against your download limit, before you've downloaded it. This means you wanna make sure you only request links for things you actually wanna download.

:D


Dude, first of all you have an azzhurt comment for a thing from September, second of all I had RS/MU/Hotfile premium accounts many times over, third... I probably download at faster speeds than you can imagine. (120Mbps connection) So, how about you grow up and come comment later, kid.

#7 buttweed

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 04:53

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You must all be descendants of the "Big Apple". :rolleyes:

#8 thunderrooster

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 05:57

https://real-debrid.com/ and http://www.alldebrid.com/ is good. If you want ssl (secure) downloading go with https://real-debrid.com. http://www.alldebrid.com has problems for some reason with secure downloading. JDownloader goes great with multi-hosters or with any host really. And if a host is not covered there is Captcha Brotherhood and Captcha Brotherhood Support Thread

#9 danielbatista

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Posted 07 August 2013 - 15:29

For me the best multihoster services are zevera and multihosters.



#10 +TheGhostWalker

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Posted 07 August 2013 - 15:38

I can't believe you honestly just told someone who uses filehosters to use torrents! LOL!! That's like telling someone whos' used to driving a Ferrarri that he should buy a Dodge! Anyone who has used filehosters with a download manager will tell you that once have you used this you can never go back to slow-ass torrents. You got no idea what you're talking about and hence shouldn't comment. I don't care how fast you think your Torrents are, Filehosting with a download manager is ALWAYS faster. Don't believe me, try it!

Anyone with half a clue stopped using torrents many, many years ago. Torrents are dated, slow technology used by cheapskates!

..

As for Zevera, I started using Zevera not long ago and it isn't too bad. Except that they no longer support Fileserve. The other major problem I have encountered with them is that if you are using a download limit account, when you request Zevera links that it automatically counts against your download limit, before you've downloaded it. This means you wanna make sure you only request links for things you actually wanna download.

 

For full speeds you need to pay on those filehosting sites (most of them), I can get anything I want on torrents and keep downloading on full speed WITHOUT paying :)





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