pCloud celebrates Singles Days with a massive discounts

Media OutReach – 11 November 2022 –
pCloud, leading cloud storage service announced Singles Day celebration with a huge sale of its Lifetime Plans. Users in Asia have even more reasons to be excited about pCloud now.
The cloud storage company was launched back in September 2013. Triggered by the growing need of cybersecurity, the young forward-thinking pCloud team has set his foot on the rapidly growing IT market with the mission to provide the world with a cloud storage solution that works seamlessly for both individuals and businesses.
Along with its smart file security measurements and variety of file management options, the company has also pioneered the industry with its
Lifetime plan, which is an innovative price model that gives users the opportunity to get a lifelong account with just one payment.
pClouders residing in Asia have even more reasons to be excited about pCloud these days. The cloud storage provider has just announced its
new Singles Day Promotion.
From November 10th to 14th, users will have the chance to receive up to 10TB storage with up to
85% discount.
During the last 12 months, the ambitious team at pCloud has continued to develop by releasing new features and even a
NEW Product- pCloud Pass.
From now on users do not have to worry about the security of their passwords and personal data.
pCloud Pass is the secure password manager for your passwords and personal data. Users can use it to log in to websites with a single click, fill online forms with their payment details and create strong passwords with the built-in password generator. With this new app users can save their credit card details and use secure notes to write down alarm document IDs, bank account numbers, pin codes and more.
One thing that sets pCloud apart from some of the big-name players in the game is zero-knowledge encryption. pCloud Pass uses client-side encryption to ensure users data is protected from all kinds of attacks. This means that everything clients save gets encrypted on their device before it’s uploaded to the pCloud servers. Only users can decrypt the data by using the Master Password.
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