50% Off Online Cloud Backup Plans

Our cloud backup plans in detail. Choose the right plan for you!

  • Starter Backup
    $29.99/yr
    • Only $14.99/yr after discount
    • 1 Computer Usage PC/Mac
    • 1TB Cloud Backup Space
    • Unthrottled Bandwidth
    • Military Grade AES-256 Encryption
    • Backup local and external drives. NAS extra.
    • Backup PC and Mac
    • File Versioning (30 Versions)
    • Access Files Online/Anywhere
    • Online Control Panel & APP Access
    • Free Apps (iOS, Android, Win 8)
    • Scheduling
    • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
    Use Promo Code: fiftyoff
    (annual plans only)
  • Family Backup
    $79.99/yr
    • $39.99/yr after discount
    • 3 Computer Usage PC/Mac
    • 1TB Cloud Backup Space
    • Unthrottled Bandwidth
    • Military Grade AES-256 Encryption
    • Backup local and external drives. NAS extra.
    • Backup PC and Mac
    • File Versioning (30 Versions)
    • Access Files Online/Anywhere
    • Online Control Panel & APP Access
    • Free Apps (iOS, Android, Win 8)
    • Scheduling
    • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
    Use Promo Code: fiftyoff
    (annual plans only)
  • Ultimate Backup
    $99.99/yr
    • $49.99/yr after discount
    • 5 Computer Usage PC/Mac
    • 1TB Cloud Backup Space
    • Unthrottled Bandwidth
    • Military Grade AES-256 Encryption
    • Backup local and external drives. NAS extra.
    • Backup PC and Mac
    • File Versioning (30 Versions)
    • Access Files Online/Anywhere
    • Online Control Panel & APP Access
    • Free Apps (iOS, Android, Win 8)
    • Scheduling
    • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
    Use Promo Code: fiftyoff
    (annual plans only)

Your Files – Your Way

Throw out your USB sticks and blank CD/DVD’s

All of our accounts offer plenty of cloud storage space for all the files and folders you need to backup. Then use our app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device to access it all.

SECURE & RELIABLE

Military Grade Data Servers & Encryption

All of your data is completely safe with our military-grade encryption. A process to ensure that your data is not seen by unauthorized parties.

Access Your Data From Anywhere

Your data is now where you want it to be

Once you backup your data you can access it from any web browser, smartphone, or tablet. View your photos and documents anywhere and even stream your music and movies.

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  1. Jules March 16, 2014 | Reply

    How much extra does it cost for a NAS drive?

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Jules, Please visit our website for the latest add-on pricing for NAS devices.

  2. Barrie Etherington March 24, 2014 | Reply

    My wife and I, each own a Vista PC/Laptop and we share access to each of those and to 3 other Windows 7/Vista machines.

    All our devices share a property wide network and have full Internet access and connectivity.

    We each own a smartphone and I ‘dabble’ with several Android devices

    I am preparing to migrate this entire environment to Windows 9 as soon as possible and consider that your DrivePop offering would help me to do the job.

    Please confirm that I am right and that your Family Deal would do the job ?

    • Rob Boirun March 24, 2014 | Reply

      Barrie, Basically our backup service will make a mirror of the files you want it to backup. The Family plans allows you to backup 5 computers. More or less this service is insurance in case anything happens to those files. You can restore data from any of the backups you have to any other computer.

  3. Donald Schiffler March 26, 2014 | Reply

    I have various computers/laptops and was considering your Ultimate Plan, my question is how do you set up individual computers in order to back-up each one individually with the files/folders of each one separately so that if the need to restore files on each machine you can do so with only the files/folder from that individual machine without accessing the files/folders on any of the other machines?

    • Rob Boirun April 8, 2014 | Reply

      You would just install the software on each computer. Then under you online cloud portal you would have each computer listed separately so that the backups are nice and tidy and easily to navigate. Basically just like the originals.

  4. Rex April 7, 2014 | Reply

    Hi,
    I am not very computer savvy , but I have lost two computers and most everything was un-replaceable. Is this really easy. I have 2 computers but when they go again it’ll be just one and a smart phone , Android. I use pcmatic and am very happy with them , where I got this ad for 50% off. Can I down grade to one computer when both computers are eventually combined. The older one has a couple of features like SD card slot I still use. They’re both Windows 7 but different versions. I’m leery of cloud stuff and not so understanding. They always say it’s so simple but to us old timers this is still a foreign language and I don’t live for the internet or high tech. Is there a simple video of exactly how this works. ” Live ” not a cartoon? Thanks guys and hopefully we can do business.

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Rex, the packages we offer goes 1, 3 and 5 computers. If you downgrade from Family to Starter you will still have 1 TB of space, but then only 1 PC. Yes you can downgrade any time.

  5. Judith Monteith April 8, 2014 | Reply

    Once a plan is decided upon re backup, does one have to physically place files or does the system
    back up all files now on computer? New to back-up of files so not sure how it works.

    • Rob Boirun April 8, 2014 | Reply

      Initially you need to select which folders you want to backup. After that the software will scan automatically and make any changes it finds, whether that is to backup new files found or to remove ones that have been deleted. So the whole process can be hands off once you initially set it up.

  6. LL Furr April 9, 2014 | Reply

    With your Start Backup Plan for one computer, what happens if that one computer crashes or is otherwise unavailable? Can the backup service be transferred to another computer for the remainder of the subscription period?

    • Rob Boirun April 9, 2014 | Reply

      It can always be transferred to another computer. the license is not tied to a specific computer.

  7. Susan April 22, 2014 | Reply

    I have an older computer with most of my pictures and music on it, and a newer computer that doesn’t have much stored on it yet. If I buy the ultimate backup plan and my older computer crashes, will I still have access to those files since that drive will be dead and won’t be able to be accessed within the 30 days? Or would I need to transfer them all to the newer computer first in the hopes that it won’t crash anytime soon?

    • Rob Boirun May 7, 2014 | Reply

      If a drive/computer crashes then you would have 30 days to restore the files if you don’t think you could connect that same drive back to the service. Ideally you would want to transfer them to the new computer as well and back that up too. Or if you are looking for permanent storage take a look at our CryoStow service at http://www.drivepop.com/cryostow

  8. Walter April 25, 2014 | Reply

    Does the process take a long time. I have 12 tera bites of drive space with about half used. I’ve looked at other cloud storage providers and even tried one. Once the initial backup was started It informed me that it would take around 3 years to complete the initial backup. How about it can your service back up 3 tera bites of data in a day?

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Walter, the upload speed is completely dictated by your own internet service provider. To check your upload speeds run http://www.speedtest.net and check your upload speeds (eg: 0.50Mbps). To determine how fast this would be is 0.50Mbps divided by 8 = 0.06MB/s which is about 6Kb/s = very slow. If you wanted to upload 3TB, we wouldn’t recommend it on a connection less than 10MBps or 1.25MB/s which would be 1250Kb/s. Even this would probably take 3-4 months. In a disaster situation you also need to consider the download speed of this much data and how fast you would need it because if it takes 3-4 months to upload, it may take 1-2 months to download. That’s a lot of bandwidth for your internet connection and your ISP may begin to throttle your account if you started doing this too often. Running a continuous upload for 4 months on a residential connection may raise some flags with your ISP.

  9. Graham Snook May 7, 2014 | Reply

    If you’re thinking about it, just give the free trail a go. I did. Now I’m a very happy customer.
    It’s simple and painless to set up. And it just works.

    I can even view files on my iPhone so I can see how a backup is going when I’m away from my computer. (Yes I can also Email or download and view jpg/pdf/docs via the livedrive app)

    The only drag I’ve found so far is if I rename a folder at the root it will back it all up again, even though the only thing that’s changed is the name of the parent folder. The original back up is still available, so if anything goes wrong between now and the time of the new back up it’s all still covered.

    So, my advice: Sort your file structures out before hand, then go for it.

    Seriously it’s easy…and the service is good – No connection, just a very satisfied customer

  10. Marilyn Thatcher May 13, 2014 | Reply

    Does this install Windows 10 as well or should I ask my grandchildren? How much does it cost for you to back up for me or to the computer? What about virus, also cover?

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Marilyn, I’m not sure what you mean by Windows 10. I don’t think that is available yet for a few years. I think what you may be asking is it will install on Windows? The answer is Yes. We do not offer managed backup services, but I’m sure if you can show your grandchildren which files you need to have backed up they will more than assist their grandma. Virus protection is an entirely different service which we do not offer. Please consult your local IT tech helper.

  11. Backer Upper May 25, 2014 | Reply

    How long is the 50% off deal good for? First year? Several years?

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      It is safe to assume that the 50% off is good for the 1st year. While there has been some promotions in the past where the discount is recurring for a series of years, but never lifetime.

  12. MacMentor June 29, 2014 | Reply

    My subscription with a competitor of yours pushed on local talk radio runs out Sept. 7. Luckily I have never had to use it because of a crash, but I do believe in backups. It took six weeks for the initial upload of the data on my one MacPro, a month over the FREE 2-week trial period. I don’t know whether to consider your Family plan, or your World cup 4-year Family plan ( GO USA). Do you have a comparison of the two plans posted anywhere?

  13. Chris July 11, 2014 | Reply

    Does the 50% off promo apply only for the first year of the subscription or life time 50% off? Thanks

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Chris, we have a number of promotions with 50% off. It is safe to assume the 50% is for the first year unless otherwise stated in the promotion. We would need to know which promotion you have in order to properly address your question.

  14. Nick July 11, 2014 | Reply

    Do all the computers have to be co-located, or can they be different areas of the country? I’m thinking of putting my Mom’s computer under my service.

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Nick, computers that are being backed up to the same account just need to be connected to the internet. Keep in mind that there are no permissions blocking access to the other computers being backed up in the same account.

  15. Rob July 19, 2014 | Reply

    Hi Guys
    I have an iMac as my every day work computer, a Mac mini that I use as a media server and a MacBook Pro for travel.
    How can I keep the 3 of them constantly backed up and synced automatically? If I change a word doc on my iMac, I want the updated version on both other machines etc etc
    I understand that you have the online backup and also the other product for syncing but are there settings to enable both backup and sync to happen automagically in the background?
    I love how time machine automatically backs up my laptop when I get back in range of my home network but I want a solution that will automatically sync too.

    • Marco Bonanni September 22, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Rob,
      You can consider our Cloud Storage service that will be able to do this. Cloud Storage can act as a backup without the file versions history feature. If you really want to backup your cloud storage files as an added measure of safety you could always back them up locally using FTP backup software.

  16. YKL September 24, 2014 | Reply

    No more 50% offer?

    I clicked on the Get Started button on this page but it directed me to a page with monthly billing cycle.

    • Marco Bonanni September 25, 2014 | Reply

      That offer seems to still be available. When you go to the next page you should be able to select payment terms and enter the promo code.

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