If you wish to claim the 50GB of free storage, simply download the free Box Android app and login before March 31, 2012. The promotion is valid on all LG phones and tablets in the US running Android 2.1 and above. Once claimed, your account will have 50GB of free, secure file storage and sharing forever.
Offering free cloud based storage seems to have become a trend for device manufacturers, as HTC recently partnered with Dropbox to offer 5GB of free storage on all Sense 3.5 handsets.
If you were salivating at the chance to pick up the speedy dual-core LG Nitro HD, the free 50GB storage from Box.net may help sweeten the deal.
[Source: Box.net via AndroidGuys]
We want to make it incredibly easy for you to share, manage and access important content from absolutely anywhere. And to ensure that storage limitations never get in the way of your sharing, we’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with LG to offer free 50GB Box Personal accounts on all LG phones and tablets running Android OS 2.1 and above.
This announcement comes at an exciting time: Android continues to gain massive traction in the marketplace, with Gartner reporting that 52.5% of smartphone sales in Q3 2011 were Android devices. That’s more than double the same quarter of 2010.
Want to claim your Box 50GB? Just log into Box for Android on your device before March 31, 2012. If you don’t have a Box account yet, be sure to download the app on your LG Android phone or tablet. You’ll have 50GB of free, secure file storage and sharing for the life of your account.
And to help you work smarter from the road with all that extra space, we’ve also released a new version of Box for Android that includes several highly requested features. First, we added the ability to download files from Box to your device. This feature is important for sales reps and project managers that need access to key documents from the road.
In addition, we added offline mode, which lets you access those downloaded files from your Box account even when you’re not connected to the Internet. This makes it possible to stay productive when you don’t have a connection, whether you’re in Box or other Android apps like Astro or Quickoffice.
It’s now easier to get files, videos and photos into your Box account with the new bulk upload capability – a big time saver when you’re backing up a lot of content from your phone or tablet. To round it all out, there’s an updated UI, so you’ll notice the app is easier to navigate for faster access to your files.
Download Box for Android now in the Android Market to get your free 50GB if you’re on an LG device. Help others claim their free 50GBs too by tweeting this post and using #Box50GB!
P.S. Don’t have an LG Device? Check out this post to learn more about our current promotions and what we have planned for the future.