Hosting Large Files?

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I was wondering if somebody could help me with hosting files. The problem is that Yola may have unlimited file hosting, but limits the size of each file.

Does any body know where I can host files that are over 100MB? Or maybe limits how much you can host but not each file size? However It would be great if the hosters would be able to allow me to use my own domain, or a sub domain ( like Yola allows.
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Project Development

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Hi Project Development,

I would suggest using a free file hosting service such as: Boxnet - or Mediafire - and link to it from your site.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Project Development

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Hi just made an account with MediaFire. However I am a bit confused, under my account information file sizes are limited to 200MB which is perfect. However if I click upgrade it states that the free hosting option (which is what I have) is limited to 100MB each file, which is to small :(

I tried to upload a 117MB file and it started fine, but if when it gets to 100MB and stops then that is 100MB wasted from my monthly bandwidth :(
So which is correct?
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According to their homepage, their limit is 100MB per file for their free package. If you buy the pro package you get up to 10GB per file.

The message under your account info that gives the limit as 200MB sounds like a bug on their part, so you might want to report it to them.
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Here are some other possibilities. I have not tried them but you may want to look into them further. These allow up to 200 mb file upload I believe and are free: