When the Galaxy S III was initially launched by Samsung in London this year, they made sure to note that the Galaxy S III would be bundled with an offer for a free 48GB of cloud storage on Dropbox for two years. Now it seems that AT&T and Verizon have both decided to leave that deal along the wayside for their versions of the Galaxy S III. The first mention of it happened when a Dropbox user reached out for help on the forums and a Dropbox moderator mentioned in his reply that both AT&T and Verizon had opted out of this promotion. It’s certainly not an end of the world situation for the carriers to pass the deal up. Neither Samsung or Dropbox have given any word as to what will happen after the two years are up and I’m sure that users will be able to find their cloud storage fixes somewhere else. How many of you were looking forward to free Dropbox storage on the AT&T and Verizon models?
honestly google drive is alot cheaper i loved drop box but they are like seriously more expensive for no reason.
I know that AT&T (while I was employed by them) was talking about making their own cloud offering, but they claimed it was more than merely storage. It would include running apps from the cloud as well. I'm not sure, but i don't think they are even close to market-ready on this. If the V is working on their own storage as well, that may explain it.
Wondering why they would not participate? Does not including it save them money? Thought that would be on Samsung?