O2 has launched a new cloud storage service, which aims to bring an end to customers running out of space on their smartphones and tablets and keeps their data safe too.
O2 Store and Share offers the network’s users access to 8GB of free online storage via a dedicated iOS and Android app.
However, those with more to store can get unlimited cloud storage for just £5 a month, making the service a serious competitor to big names such as Dropbox and Google Drive.
For £2 a month, users can get 32GB of space. That's ample for stashing away images and videos that tend to clog up a smartphone’s storage and which prevent you taking new selfies and snaps.
O2 says that currently less than half of its customers use cloud services, but is encouraging them to do so in order to keep their data safe in case their devices are stolen.
“We are launching O2 Store & Share to offer our customers the peace of mind that we will protect the data they store, and that they will be able to access it wherever and whenever they choose,” said Nina Bibby, Marketing and Consumer Director at O2.
Find out more and register for Store and Share here: O2 Store and Share