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Smash’s file transfer service just let us transfer a 33GB file for free

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At TNW, we often need to send photos and video to our colleagues for our stories.

While Slack is an effective tool if we want to send across a screenshot or two, it’s better to use a filesharing service.

Now, the first one that comes to the mind is WeTransfer, but you’ll have to pay if you want to send files larger than 2GB.

A service called Smash solves that problem by offering file transfers with no size limit.

However, for files that are bigger than 2GB, processing at server end is slow for the free tier.

For faster processing speeds, you’d have to subscribe to the premium tier that also offers to keep your link for up to 365 days, and lets you see your transfer history and reports for $10 a month.

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