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WeTransfer, the option to send files for free: but why not charge

WeTransfer, the option to send files for free: but why not charge
WeTransfer.  (photo: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic)
WeTransfer. (photo: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic)

One of the usual tasks when working in the digital environment is sending files. If a user makes the account, At the end of the day many attached documents are sent: reports, budgets, invoices, documentation, videos, even jobs in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel either microsoft powerpoint.

And one of the problems that usually arise is the efficiency in the sending large files online. What if the program email it does not admit attachments of more than a specific weight, that if the recipient’s antivirus blocks the attachments, among other inconveniences.

Therefore, if any user needs to send very large files, the immediate solution can always be using a program: WeTransfer. a trend online and free.

What is WeTransfer?

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This platform allows you to send large files without the need for an account because WeTransfer itself hosts the files on its system and carries out the transfer.

It is easy to use and does not require you or the recipient of the files to download the app.

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WeTransfer.  (photo: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic)
WeTransfer. (photo: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic)
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The user can send files to a maximum of 10 people and with a weight limit of 2GB per shipment and eThe recipient has a few days to download and, after that time, are removed from the WeTransfer cloud without a trace.

The receiver receives a link where the files are hosted to the email and with a single click they can be downloaded.

Why WeTransfer is free and how it makes money

But then, how do the people who work at WeTransfer make a living if most people use this service in the free version? The answer is as simple as using the app. Just as there are many people who give it this use without additional charges, there are also those looking to send an unlimited number of files.

There is an account of WeTransfer Plus in which the limit of 2 GB per transfer is raised to 20 GB and in addition, 100 GB of space in the cloud is added so that the user can store their files privately. At this point each person has the option to decide when the files expire.

Therefore, this Dutch service founded in 2009 is free due to the large number of people who use it in this version, and who will also obtain economic benefits, thanks to the fact that WeTransfer has a double income model:

– Advertising.

– Premium subscriptions.

WeTransfer.  (photo: Trabajarencasa.com)
WeTransfer. (photo: Trabajarencasa.com)

A major drawback of WeTransfer

All users should be aware of the theme of the security. Although the download link will only be available to the user and the recipient of the files, you have to know that those files that are sent will also remain in the iinternet.

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