Turbobit is a file hosting website which allows registered users to upload content for free, however there’s also the option of a Turbobit premium account which removes all restrictions.
Anyone can make use of Turbobit to some degree without spending any money. Free, unregistered users do not have the ability to upload and store files, only download them. Registered users are allowed to upload, store and easily share files up to 1GB in size, but after 1GB worth of downloading they cannot download again until 48 hours has passed. There’s also a 500GB limit in place on storage space, as well as other restrictions. This means it’s great for personal short-term storage and for sharing files with friends, but perhaps too limited to use for people who may require a high-volume download usage to share files with many people.
With a premium account, all restrictions are either removed, or expanded to the point where they are practically non-existent, making the service very useful for commercial use when it comes to hosting files which are regularly downloaded. It also makes it incredibly useful for sharing large files with friends.
More information can be found on this website Hitfile.org and Turbobit.org.
Turbobit premium benefits
This is what you get with a Turbobit premium account:
- Maximum file size for uploads:100GB.
- Maximum storage space:10,000GB.
- Download Volume: Unlimited.
- Remote upload capability.
- Download accelerator support.
- Resumable downloads.
- No delay when downloading (free users are subject to a 60 second wait time, registered users wait 30 seconds).
- No captcha image needs to be entered before downloading.
- No advertisements.
- Uploaded files are deleted 30 days after the last download rather than 30 days for registered users.
What type of individual can make use of a premium account?
A Turbobit premium account is useful for both heavy downloaders and up-loaders who need to share a lot of files. There’s also the possibility of earning money as an up-loader for the number of times a file has been downloaded, so this might also be a source of income for some. Although, it’s worth noting that copyrighted or pornographic content is prohibited by the terms and conditions.
As for use by a business to store files, the 30-day last download deletion may make it impractical to store files for the long-term (unless you remember to periodically download the file) but it’s very useful for businesses who need to share files that are too big for email or other file transfer methods. It’s also incredibly useful for businesses that need to share large files regularly with customers (such as a software update), but don’t have the capacity to do so with their own web host.
For personal use, it’s great for sharing files with family and friends. High quality video and sound files can easily be too large to share by other means. For example, if you were to film a concert using a good mic and a camera, the combined .wav files and video files could easily be in excess of most online sharing and storage website’s limits. With a Turbobit premium account, you would easily be able to share large files such as this between your circle of friends and family.
It’s well worth getting a Turbobit premium account if you already enjoy using the service and you want the extra capability.