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  • 30% off Flickr Pro 1 Year Subscription with coupon code
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    Use the code when subscribing to Flickr to get 30% off one year subscriptions. Price after Discount is US $34.99.
    22/03/2016

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    • Flickr: Upgrade to a 1 Year Pro Account for $24.95US, Get 3 months extra free
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      30/09/2008
      • trevorf07/08/2008
        Just what I needed, as my Pro status expires on Oct. :)
      • admin08/08/2008
        Interesting the way they commercialise things like this. Good find - thanks Brad
      • golfwidow08/08/2008
        HOT from me. I use Flickr but not Pro so this might tempt me over the other side :)
      • leny08/08/2008
        I'd never pay for online storage of photos.
      • trevorf08/08/2008
        Photos are pretty important, don't wanna lose them and wanna make sure they're sitting on a secure server which should have some sort of redundant backup system running.

        Paying because I'd prefer to keep the high-res originals. My account holds somewhere in the region of 6GB of photos (had the account for less than a year). With increasing MP in cameras, and increasing net speeds, it'll be using a considerable amount in a couple of years.
      • admin08/08/2008
        trevorf;58587
        Photos are pretty important, don't wanna lose them and wanna make sure they're sitting on a secure server which should have some sort of redundant backup system running.


        good point.
      • trevorf08/08/2008
        I would never trust any web hosting service, and I'm not willing to setup 3 servers or so mirroring data off each other. I would trust Google to keep my data safe, and Yahoo(flickr) I would assume they have the resources too.
      • craftykiwi13/08/2008
        Like most body builders my friend is a bit of a show off and he can use this to upload all his gold-winning poses and performances. Thanks.

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