HTC Offers up to 100GB Extra Google Drive Storage Free for Select Phones

htc one m8 generic twitterofficialHTC, teaming up with Google to woo new smartphone consumers, has announced that it will be offering up to 25GB additional, or up to 100GB additional free Google Drive space for select HTC smartphones.

The Taiwanese giant on Tuesday announced the news on Twitter and also revealed names of some HTC models included in the offer. The HTC smartphones will be offered the additional cloud storage space for a limited period, which is two years.

Google’s support page for ‘Google Drive offer for HTC Android devices’ lists the new HTC One (M8), HTC Desire 816, HTC Desire 610, and HTC One Max smartphones, which will be receiving up to 100GB additional free Drive storage. In addition to the recently launched high-end smartphones, the page details that up to 25GB additional free Drive storage will be available for select 2013 HTC handsets including HTC One, HTC Butterfly S, HTC One Mini, and HTC Desire 601.

The page further mentions, “When upgrade to HTC Sense 5+ and Sense 6 becomes available on certain 2013 HTC models, +25GB for two years. [..] The offer must be redeemed before January 1, 2016. For most devices, you’ll have your storage for 2 years, starting on the date you redeem the offer.”

Google notes that consumers will be able to redeem one offer one time per device. However, the post notes, “You may redeem one +100GB offer and one +25GB offer on two eligible devices using the same Google account. You may not redeem the offer of the same type on more than one account within a 12 month period.”

The support page clearly notes that at the end of the two year period, “All of your files will remain in Drive and you can access, download, or share them whenever you want. You won’t be able to add additional files if over quota unless you buy more storage.”

Last year, the Taiwanese giant in a similar manner announced free Google Drive storage offering up to 25GB to 50GB free space for select HTC smartphones.

HTC recently launched its most affordable smartphone, the Desire 510 in HTC’s Desire line-up to support 4G LTE.


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