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UCWeb Launches UC Drive Cloud Service with 20 GB Free Storage

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Well, I think you are much aware of the UC Browser but the not the UCWeb. UCWeb is actually the parent company of UC Browser and all the other UC Browser subsidiaries like UC Mini, UC Turbo. After becoming one of the most downloaded mobile browsers in India and China, UCWeb launched the UC Drive Cloud Service.

UC Drive Cloud Service

uc drive cloud service

UC Drive Cloud Service is now one of the many cloud storage services which basically stores your data into their server which can be accessed remotely from anywhere with the access of internet(obviously).

According to the tweet from @ucbrowser, they are going to provide 20 GB of storage free of cost to all the Indian users.

Moreover, the tweet also mentions that the user who will the UC Drive from 13th to 19th Jan, they will stand a chance to win 20 gm of Gold too along with the complimentary 20 GB free storage.

In a press note, the Vice President of UCWeb Global Business said,

With UC Drive, our users can enjoy an unfettered browsing experience using the least amount of mobile data, ensuring that users never run out of storage again. UC Drive is a step forward in our commitment to provide better mobile internet services to our billion+ users and grow with the digital market here

Huaiyuan Yang Vice President, UCWeb Global Business

 

As part of a promotional offer, the company is offering an extensive range of gifts and prizes, including smartphones, gold coins and coupons from Amazon, OYO, and GrabOn worth up to Rs. 5 crores to users in India who sign-up for the service on or before January 19th.

Source Twitter
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