Until recently, the easiest options for sharing large files was services like RapidShare, MegaUpload, SkyDrive etc., but all have relatively low file size & usage limits for free users. “WeTransfer” differs from other services in market, because, “it’s completely free for everyone, allows files up to 2GB per transfer to 20 people, stores data for 2 weeks, and there’s no registration, usernames. Launched just 4 months ago, already have a colossal 600k users in more than 190 countries. WeTransfer is fast, basically as fast as your internet connection can handle. Your files are automatically scanned for viruses before they’re safely stored on our servers, so there’s no chance of unwanted surprises at the other end,” writes WeTransfer. So, you might be wondering, how the make money? Do you see those beautiful backgrounds on the WeTransfer.com website? They’re a kind of advertisement, a brand incentive for companies. This pays for the costs of providing the service. If you’re interested in having your corporate background there as well, contact here.
More info: WeTransfer