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Telstra offers personal cloud service with Synchronoss

Monday 24 February 2014 | 10:43 CET | News
Australian telecommunications carrier Telstra has made its T-Cloud personal cloud service available to everyone with an Australian mobile number. Powered by the Synchronoss Personal Cloud system, Telstra T-Cloud allows users to store files and media to the cloud while synchronising content across multiple devices and mobile operating systems. When subscribers sign up for T-Cloud they will automatically receive 3 GB of free storage. 

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