Skype To Go: How To Save Money On Long Distance Calls

What is Skype To Go? With Skype To Go, use any phone to easily make cheap long distance phone calls (at Skype’s low calling rates) by dialling a personalized local number. No software or apps are required; just use any landline or mobile phone. Skype To Go is free to use. It is included with a Skype subscription (pay monthly) and with Skype Credit (pay per minute). Keep reading for more on Skype To Go, including why you should use it, how to set it up, how to use it, and the costs.

Mozy Unlimited Alternative: SugarSync – Save $60 In February

With recent news of Mozy discontinuing the MozyHome Unlimited computer backup plan, SugarSync is offering a special offer for those looking for a Mozy alternative or an alternative to any other online backup services. SugarSync and Mozy both have several backup options available, with variations in the amount of storage space, the number of devices included for backup, and pricing. SugarSync’s discount offer is detailed here, along with a price comparison of Mozy and SugarSync backup plans.

New Mozy Online Backup Plans: Unlimited Plan Ends

Mozy, the online computer backup service, has revised their available price plans and online storage amounts. The MozyHome Unlimited plan has been discontinued and replaced by new MozyHome price plans and storage limits (MozyHome 50 GB and MozyHome 125 GB). See the new Mozy plan details and price comparisons here, along with specific comparisons for the lowest price options for backing up both multiple computers or more than 50 GB of files.

Dropbox vs Mozy vs SugarSync: File Sync and Backup Comparison

Three of the most widely used file sync, backup, and share services are compared here side-by-side: Dropbox, Mozy, and SugarSync. Depending on how much and how often you plan to sync, backup, or share files, one of these services may be more suited to your needs. Specifically, the free features, the paid features, the pricing, and the overall value are compared. All three services offer both free and paid packages. First, a brief overview of SugarSync, Mozy, and Dropbox, followed by a side-by-side comparison of all three services.