Flickr 1 TB : Is there any upload restriction for FREE users

There is a lot of buzz generated by the recent overhaul of Flickr. Many including myself were surprised by the 1TB storage. We all know what 1 Terra byte means in simple terms it means you can keep lakhs of high-resolution photos. Isn’t it great! And the icing is that it’s for both free and paid users, no distinction on this front by Flickr. Now people are wondering if there any catch on this? Well, there is some like ads and no ads, but its quite obvious and we are not going into that. Most people are confused, particularly FREE users who earlier could only upload 200 MB a month, people want to know is there any condition like that. Good news is, it’s not. You can upload at least 200 GB a month, which is out of imagination.
We also tested it at our end with our own product PicBackMan, we uploaded around 400 MB to a free account and it got uploaded. Earlier it wouldn’t because of 300 MB limitation. So its great news to happen for all the Flickr lovers who want to keep thousand (and why only thousands, you can keep millions) of photos to Flickr, which earlier they couldn’t have.

Let’s see how it goes, for now, it does sound interesting and I am for it. So enjoy uploading without any restriction whatsoever, both FREE and PAID users.

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PicBackMan was really easy to setup and has been running for 3 days now backing up all my locally saved photos to Flickr. My photos are really valuable to me so it's great to be able to have them easily backed up to a secure location.
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