O2 will offer customers unlimited cloud storage as part of a push more flexible cloud services.
The storage service will be accessible across Android and iOS smartphones, as well as tablets, PCs and laptops. The unlimited storage option will be available for a £5 monthly fee, with 8GB available for free.
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O2 explained that less than half of its customers currently use cloud based services, stating that the new Store & Share service will offer great flexibility when it comes to storage solutions.
The network believes the launch will look to address the changing consumption habits of consumers, claiming each customer has an average of 4.5 devices and expects each device to connect seamlessly to another.
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Nina Bibby, marketing and consumer director at O2, said; ‘Our mobiles are now interwoven into every element of our daily lives and customers are storing more and more meaningful content on their devices. We are launching O2 Store & Share to offer our customers the peace of mind that we will protect the data they store, and that they will be able to access it wherever and whenever they choose.’
The new service launch comes in the same week that O2 announced a third quarter of growth, with CEO Ronan Dunne claiming that O2’s ‘winning formula’ could not be matched by rivals.
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