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SugarSync drops beta, announces pricing

File synchronization service SugarSync emerges from private beta on Thursday, March 20th. SugarSync lets you synchronize files between multiple computers and portable devices, with clients for Mac, PC, and Windows Mobile devices as well as a web-based interface. We gave away a few hundred invites when the service launched in private beta last month.

If you were one of the folks who signed up for the service, you can save some dough if you decide to sign up for the full service. Under SugarSync's new pricing plan, users can store up to 10GGB of data online for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. But users who sign up now get 50% off of that price for the first year. And if you're currently a beta tester, you can get the 50% off rate for 2 years.

Users who need a bit more space can also sign up for accounts with up to 250GB of storage for introductory prices of $25 per month or $250 per year. There are also a variety of options available between the 10GB and 250GB levels.

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