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While there are plenty of free online storage services to choose from, SugarSync stood out for one reason: It let you choose any folder on your computer to back up to the cloud automatically.
Unfortunately, the free ride is coming to an end. On February 8 of next year, SugarSync will switch to a paid-only model, killing off its free 5 GB plan. SugarSync’s paid plans start at $7.49 per month or $75 per year for 60 GB of storage. Existing users won’t get to keep their free plans, but SugarSync is offering a 75-percent discount on its basic plan if you sign up by December 16.
Unlike SugarSync, other storage services such as Dropbox, Google Drive and SkyDrive make you create a separate folder on your computer for the files you want to store online. You can’t, for instance, back up a specific album in your Photos directory…
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