Tired of making space for the endless Splice samples on your hard drive? Then you’ll “love” this 75% Valentine’s Day discount offering from cloud storage provider, pCloud.

Founded in 2013, pCloud is a Swiss data storage service that’s aiming to provide an enhanced cloud service for musicians. Voted best cloud storage of 2021, by TechRadar, pCloud has positioned itself as a competitor to Dropbox.

This Valentine’s Day they are offering huge sales of up to 75% off their LIFETIME plan. This special offer is a one-time payment letting customers save over $700 (circa £515.88). This discount runs only until February 15th, so hurry!

What does the LIFETIME plan mean? That’s simple. One payment = lifetime access. Simple, neat and tidy.

pCloud data storage service

What do I get with the LIFETIME Plan?

When you sign up to pCloud, you get 10GB of free space, a whopping amount when compared to other services.

The Premium plans are available as monthly or annual subscriptions. You can get either 500GB or 2TB paid either monthly or yearly with a saving to be made on a yearly plan.

However, the most cost-effective solution is using their Valentines’ Day offer for solitary a one-time payment. This would give you 500GB in perpetuity for a one-time payment.

If you have a massive Splice or Loopcloud library and don’t want it eating up space on your computer’s local drive, then this Valentine’s offer from pCloud might be the one for you.

pCloud’s Main Features

  • Virtual drive
  • File sharing
  • Branded links
  • Unlimited speed
  • Audio album sorting
  • Access across devices
  • Share link optimisation
  • Real-time backup update
  • Data protection and services
  • Sync locally stored folders with the cloud
  • Use with your DAW and on every OS and device
  • Native audio player for demo sharing and listening

Why Choose pCloud?

pCloud has gained popularity amongst artists, sound engineers, creatives and industry professionals. pCloud Drive, which, a desktop app, gives users the flexibility to upload files without taking up any device space.

The virtual drive allows users to upload entire drum kit collections, sound design files, vocal samples and all forms of production files. This renders the service invaluable to industry professionals looking to create content without worrying about device storage issues.

If it’s good for 14million others, then it might work for you too.


Author Britney Young
11th February, 2022

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