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Act fast! Carbonite's spectacular online backup service is 75% off

Carbonite Safe backup serviceImage: Carbonite

If you’ve never lost all of your files and pictures from spilling a full glass of soda on your desktop tower, you should consider yourself lucky. I learned an important lesson that day, that lesson being… always back up your dang stuff! If you’re looking to avoid my unfortunate fate, then you’ve come to the right place. Carbonite’s online backup service is a massive 75 percent off for a limited time (until March 31st), which brings the price down to a ridonkulous $2.75 per month or $32.99 per year.

Not only did we give Carbonite four stars out of five in a glowing review, but we also awarded it the coveted Editor’s Choice badge. It’s great.

“Carbonite Safe is a capable set-it-and-forget-it backup service that eliminates any worries about running out of room when backing up your stuff,” we concluded, “It’s a worthy service for the average user.”

Carbonite offers once-a-day backup, unlimited data backup with file versioning (that means it retains older versions of files), and more. This service also intelligently pinpoints the most common data and locations like Windows documents, pictures, folders, and so on. To signal the backed-up status of a file, Carbonite places a small dot next to the file or folder. Orange means the backup is pending and green means they’ve already been backed up.

This is a terrific deal, but it ends on March 31st, so you better swoop in now and get it while you can.

Get the Carbonite Safe for $2.75 a month (or $32.99 a year) at Carbonite

Ashley is a professional writer and editor with a strong background in tech and pop culture. She has written for high traffic websites such as Polygon, Kotaku,, and Nerdist. In her off time, she enjoys playing video games, reading science fiction novels, and hanging out with her rescue greyhound.

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