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Dropbox currently partners with various cellular carriers to add an extra 48GB of cloud storage, but AT&T and Verizon have opted to not partner with Dropbox.  The promotion runs the length of an “average” contract, and neither carrier has any comments concerning their decision.

Dropbox currently partners with various cellular carriers to add an extra 48GB of cloud storage, but AT&T and Verizon have opted to not partner with Dropbox.  The promotion runs the length of an “average” contract, and neither carrier has any comments concerning their decision.

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A speculation on why Verizon and AT&T are opting to not give users some mega cloud storage is perhaps because they have found and alternative to Dropbox—perhaps, Google Drive?  This is strictly theoretical, but it won’t surprise anyone if Google has somehow undermined Dropbox, and stuck their nose into Dropbox’s business strategy.