Hi, I have recently bought samsing galaxy grand (GT-i9082). As an introductrory offer, samsung offers 50gb of dropbox space with this phone too. This phone has dropbox app pre-installed. But when I signed up, I only see 2gb of space available. How to claim that 50gb of space on dropbox? Please help.
Android Community: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 comes with 50GB Dropbox storage free for 2 years
If you’re one that always needs additional storage for your smartphones and tablets then Dropbox and Samsung have you covered. Just like a few others, including Samsung with their Galaxy S III launch you’ll get tons of free cloud storage with your purchase of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.
Earlier this afternoon Samsung officially outed their new Galaxy Note 10.1, and that it will be available nationwide starting tomorrow, August 16th, starting at $499. Deep down in their press release they were nice enough to include some small details regarding their Dropbox promotion.
For the many that haven’t been following Dropbox and Samsung smartphones, they’ve partnered to offer free cloud storage for pictures, videos, documents and more all for Samsung customers. This bonus was present on the Galaxy S III, but sadly Verizon and AT&T chose not to participate. Luckily Samsung is back and everyone who purchases the brand new Galaxy Note 10.1 will get 50GB of Dropbox cloud storage completely free for 2 years. That’s a $100 value for free.
For more information on the Galaxy Note 10.1 you’ll surely want to check out our in-depth full Note 10.1 Review. Dropbox has offered similar storage limits with the folks from HTC too, but Samsung appears to be getting the bulk of the treatment as of late. Dropbox should come pre-installed, and once you sign up you’ll have 50GB to use as you please.
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