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What types of accounts are available at MediaFire?
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MediaFire offers a wide range of accounts with features tailored to suit the cloud storage needs of just about anyone! Check out the features of each account type below, or click here to view our sign-up/upgrade page directly. If you have any additional questions about any of our plans or features, our support team would be happy to assist you.
If you are a current pro user with the previous plan (100GB, 250GB, 500GB), you may switch to the new 1 TB plan. Your current payment will not be pro-rated which means you will have to pay $4.99 at the time of the switch. You may also pay annually and get two months free for the total price of $49.99
Additionally, if you upgrade to the Business subscription you may not be eligible to downgrade your subscription. This is due to the loss of assigned seats and their data.
If you have additional questions or need assistance, please contact one of our friendly support representatives. You may reach them by submitting a Support Ticket at www.mediafire.com/help/submit_a_ticket.php
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