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Tencent Cloud to Cut Storage for Ordinary Users to 10GB


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(YicaiGlobal) Dec. 16 — Tencent Cloud, a leading public cloud computing service owned by internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd., will substantially cut the storage for ordinary users to 10 gigabytes, citing sustainable growth of the platform.

Tencent Cloud offered one terabyte of free cloud storage to ordinary users in August 2013. Since then, there has been a rapid increase in the number of individual users and a number of service providers have stopped providing cloud storage services to ordinary consumers.

Ordinary users with an existing storage of over 10 gigabytes will still be able to download and view their files but the uploading of new data will be restricted, the company said last night.

In an industry-wide trend, Tencent Cloud follows Vdisk, Kuaipan.cn, Dbank.com, Sina Vdisk and Yunpan.360.cn, who have suspended storage services for ordinary users since April of this year.

 

Tencent Cloud offered one terabyte of free cloud storage to ordinary users in August 2013. Since then, there has been a rapid increase in the number of individual users and a number of service providers have stopped providing cloud storage services to ordinary consumers.

Ordinary users with an existing storage of over 10 gigabytes will still be able to download and view their files but the uploading of new data will be restricted, the company said last night.

 

Tencent Cloud offered one terabyte of free cloud storage to ordinary users in August 2013. Since then, there has been a rapid increase in the number of individual users and a number of service providers have stopped providing cloud storage services to ordinary consumers.

Ordinary users with an existing storage of over 10 gigabytes will still be able to download and view their files but the uploading of new data will be restricted, the company said last night.

 

Tencent Cloud offered one terabyte of free cloud storage to ordinary users in August 2013. Since then, there has been a rapid increase in the number of individual users and a number of service providers have stopped providing cloud storage services to ordinary consumers.

Ordinary users with an existing storage of over 10 gigabytes will still be able to download and view their files but the uploading of new data will be restricted, the company said last night.

 

Tencent Cloud offered one terabyte of free cloud storage to ordinary users in August 2013. Since then, there has been a rapid increase in the number of individual users and a number of service providers have stopped providing cloud storage services to ordinary consumers.

Ordinary users with an existing storage of over 10 gigabytes will still be able to download and view their files but the uploading of new data will be restricted, the company said last night.

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