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Which file hosting site do you prefer?

  • MediaFire

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  • RapidShare

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  • MegaUpload

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  • FilesTube

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  • OnionShare

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  • zShare

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  • FileFactory

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  • SendSpace

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Hakoda

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I like MediaFire because it doesn't make you wait a certain time or make you complete offers to show the download link.
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So what about you guys?
 

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Megaupload because it's ridiculously fast even for non-members.
All other sites are limited to around 100~300 KB/sec, while i can get up to over 6 MB/sec using Mega.

Time Limit - I assume you mean the wait time. I don't really care as long as the download speed makes up for it.
Number of Downloads Limit - I can bypass this with dynamic IP.
File Size - What? Most everything I download is split up into 100MB parts anyways.
Speed Limit - This matters the most to me.
Completion of Offers - I would not download from a site that makes you do this.
Inability to download multiple files at once - Don't really care, speed limit matters more.
CAPTCHA - Don't really care, I can do these easily.
 

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DeMoN said:
Megaupload because it's ridiculously fast even for non-members.
All other sites are limited to around 100~300 KB/sec, while i can get up to over 6 MB/sec using Mega.

Time Limit - I assume you mean the wait time. I don't really care as long as the download speed makes up for it.
Number of Downloads Limit - I can bypass this with dynamic IP.
File Size - What? Most everything I download is split up into 100MB parts anyways.
Speed Limit - This matters the most to me.
Completion of Offers - I would not download from a site that makes you do this.
Inability to download multiple files at once - Don't really care, speed limit matters more.
CAPTCHA - Don't really care, I can do these easily.
"Time Limit" was a confusing term. Switched to "Wait Time".
 

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I like Novaup. Max 1gb file uploads but really awesome speeds and parallel downloads
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...But most people don't really use it so I would say Mediafire and Megaupload and one of the worst is Rapidshare (Curse that site).
 

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I LOVE Megaupload for great services for even free users. Great speed as well (sometines hit 5MB/s! Average @ 1MB/s). RS is just putrid and for some reason still used.

Only downside to MU is that free users are restricted to under a Gigabyte per file download and single slot downloads. I'm thinking about purchasing a lifetime membership there since I use it so much!
 

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I think we can all agree that rapidshare is shit.

But I quite like Megaupload, they're arguably the fairest of free downloads.
Personaly I hate the waiting times, I mean not how they make you wait 30 seconds before downloading, but how sites like rapidshit make you wait 20 minutes for a download slot then tell you there are no available slots. Bullshit.
 
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