We wrote an article previously about various file sharing services.
I have come across several more since and will simply post them up as links with the details of what they offer below.
|Service name||Need an account?||Need to be logged in to access files?||Maximum file size||Streaming of files||Other details|
|Box.net||Yes||No||File size 10Mb for free account and 1Gb for paid, maximum box size 1Gb for free account, 5Gb and 15Gb for paid accounts||No||can be accessed via email, integrates with MS Office 2003 and 2007, mobile access and phone support for paid accounts|
|Eat Lime||No||No||1G when registered||Yes||New video sharing version also|
|File Dropper||No||No||7 day trial - 50Gb
$0.99 per month 5Gb
$5 per month 50GB
$10 per month 250Gb
|No||Files are in public space - you share the link|
|File Mail||No||No||2Gb||No||Files are shared by uploading to server - and then the server emails your recipients with a link to download from|
|No||Supports file resuming|
|Windows Live Folder Share||Yes - Windows Live||Yes||2Gb||Works on Mac and PC
Synchronise between PC and the internet
Updated 23 July 2008
|No||No||5 Different plans ranging from free to $80 per month
Free gets you 1GB per month with max file size of 100mb
|No||Files are shared by uploading to server - and then the server emails your recipients with a link to download from|
Pando is free P2P software that makes downloading, streaming and sharing large media files fast, easy and fun. Need to email large attachments, IM a folder, or publish your downloadable videos to the Web? Maybe you'd just like to watch full-screen HD Internet TV. Meet Pando.