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Back Up Your Phone With 100GB in the Cloud, Now Just $18 for 3 Years

posted by Mark Myerson - 12.30.21

From contacts to family photos, we all store pretty important stuff on our phones. Unfortunately, accidents happen. Your phone might get lost or stolen. Or, its hard drive might fail during a transfer. Either way, it’s a good idea to keep all that data backed up.

G Cloud Mobile Backup by Zoolz offers a hassle-free solution on iOS and Android. Right now, Hannity viewers can get three years on the 100GB Plan for just $17.99. That is 74% off the standard subscription price!

On desktop machines, backing up files is pretty straightforward. You simply connect a hard drive and copy across the files. Unfortunately, that doesn’t work on mobile devices. Even if you can find a compatible drive, you probably won’t be carrying it around. 

G Cloud takes a smarter approach to mobile backup. This service gives you access to 100GB or more of cloud storage, which should be enough to back up everything on your phone. What’s more, the G Cloud app handles backup automatically. Once installed, it runs in the background on your phone. 

Depending on the options you choose, G Cloud can back up every new photo, every image from WhatsApp, and all your SMS messages. It can also save call logs, contacts, notes, documents, music, videos, and more. All your data is secured by military-grade 256 AES encryption, and you can access your files on any device. It’s easy to see why G Cloud is rated at 4.5 out of 5 stars on Google Play Store and 4.8 stars on Capterra.

Order today for just $17.99 to get your three-year subscription to a G Cloud 100GB Plan, normally priced at $71.

 

G Cloud Mobile Backup 100GB Plan: 3-Year Subscription – $17.99

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Prices subject to change 

 

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