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Portugal Telecom's CloudPT changes name to Meo Cloud

Monday 23 September 2013 | 21:53 CET | News
Portugal Telecom's cloud service has changed its name from Cloud PT to Meo Cloud. The move follows a successful test phase during which the service was available by invitation only and now has 113,000 users. The operator has decided to open up its cloud offering to anyone who wants to register free of charge, both in Portugal and abroad. Each user will get 16 GB of free storage space in the cloud.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Portugal Telecom
Countries: Portugal
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