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BT is giving its broadband customers the opportunity to purchase more cloud storage space.

Subscribers with an ADSL broadband deal currently receive 5GB of storage space, while those on the Unlimited BT Infinity 2 package have access to 50GB.

But customers can now buy up to 500GB of storage space from BT.

David McDonald, BT’s Director of Broadband, TV and Sport Bundles, explained that the extra storage is added to the free allowance.

"For example, a customer on the Unlimited BT Infinity 2 package has a 50GB free allowance and can buy an extra 500GB for only £9 a month - so they will have 550GB in total," he stated.

Mr McDonald claimed that BT Cloud is now cheaper then some of its main competitors, including Dropbox.

"We hope this will to appeal to many more customers," he stated.

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