Bitcasa out of beta; limited offer of $69 a year for 'infinite' cloud storage

After months of beta testing, the cloud storage service Bitcasa is finally ready to take your money. Today, the company announced it is officially out of beta and is offering users a special limited time offer to access its "infinite" amount of cloud storage for $69 a year.

Bitcasa says that their price for the infinite storage option will be going up to $99 a year after the end of February. It adds:

Bitcasa simplifies storage with the Infinite Drive, which works like a magic external hard drive that never crashes or runs out of space. Users can free up space by moving files from laptop and mobile devices into the Infinite Drive. Everything becomes instantly available across all devices regardless of device capacity or file formats. In addition, Bitcasa is fully encrypted client-side, which means that unlike other services, Bitcasa employees can’t access any data for any reason.

The company offers access to its service via web browsers, along with clients for the Windows and Mac desktops, a Windows 8/RT app, and Android and iOS apps.  If you don't want to pay money for the infinite storage, there's also the option to upload up to 10 GB of data on Bitcasa for free.

Source: Bitcasa | Image via Bitcasa

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