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SugarSync logoSugarSync has announced an all-you-can-store plan for business users.

The new SugarSync for Business plan has a flat price of $550/year (or $55-per-month) for "unlimited" storage that can be shared among up to three users. "Unlimited" additional users can be added at $125/year each.

Note that the new business plan has an initial storage allocation of 1 TB and additional storage must be requested as needed.

Features of the plan include:

  • Admin Dashboard - Add seats at any time, monitor user activity, assign storage limits per account, and more.
  • Free Live Support via chat, email or toll-free phone
  • Consolidated billing
  • Syncing any file or folder across any device.
  • Send files of any size from any of your devices, to anyone. Choose read-only or add/edit permissions for everything you share.
  • No extra charge for unlimited mobile devices. Access your files using any Web browser or SugarSync mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android, Blackberry, Symbian and Windows Mobile (with Windows Phone coming soon).

Sign up for a 30 day free trial or find out more.

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