Getting free Dropbox storage is always nice, and the company just keeps adding new and interesting ways of racking up extra MBs. The latest, Camera Upload, is a new feature that allows compatible Android and iPhone smartphones running the latest version of the Dropbox app to automatically upload new photos and video to the service as you shoot them. And for every 500MB of photos/video you upload, you’ll get 500MB of free storage – up to 3GB.
Of course, once you’ve earned that free space, you can always delete the photos or video files to keep your Cloud drive from becoming cluttered, but since the free space grows as you upload new content, you don’t have to worry much about it.
Extra free space can also be earned by uploading media when connected to your computer as long as you have the latest version of Dropbox running on your PC or Mac.
Dropbox for iPhone / iPad
Dropbox for Android
T-Mobile is selling the new Nokia Lumia 710 Windows Phone for a very reasonable $49 with a two-year contract, but you can save yourself $50 by ordering from one of two online wireless retailers.
LetsTalk.com and Wirefly are each offering the Lumia 710 free when you sign a two-year contract. The price is good only for new T-Mobile accounts, however, and is not valid for upgrades.
If you are already a T-Mobile customer and are eligible for an upgrade, you can get the Lumia 710 for $39 from Wirefly; $10 off isn’t much, but every little bit helps.
The Lumia 710 is available in black or white.
Now this is a Thanksgiving sale! Now through Monday, November 28th, Amazon Wireless is selling every non-Apple phone for just $0.01 when you sign up for a new two-year contract. The so-called Penny Pincher sale also includes free two-day shipping.
This sale price is not good for upgrades – though many smartphones at Amazon are already $0.01 on contract – but only for new contracts with Verizon, AT&T & Sprint.
Visit Amazon Wireless for details.
Verizon Wireless is still selling the HTC Droid Incredible 2 for $200 with a two-year contract, but whether you’re moving to Verizon to grab the new Incredible, or upgrading with a contract renewal, you can now do so without paying anything (other than your monthly bill, of course).
LetsTalk.com and WireFly are each offering the Droid Incredible 2 free with a two-year service agreement. This price from each retailer is good for both new Verizon accounts or eligible upgrades.
Free shipping is also included.
Learn more about the HTC Droid Incredible 2…
The Samsung Nexus S 4G is already one of the most affordable Android phones; even with its impressive list of features, the phone has a direct price of $30-$100 on contract, depending on how you snag one from Sprint.
But you can get the “flagship Google Android experience” for just one cent at Amazon:
Amazon Wireless has the Nexus S 4G for $0.01 with a new Sprint account and two-year contract. The price of an upgrade jumps to $79. Free shipping.