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If you don't use Carbonite, or are close to renewing, this is a good offer.

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YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING

Save up to 30% OFF when you add another computer in June.*

As a Carbonite customer, you realize the value in backing up your irreplaceable computer files. If you have more than one computer in your home, we have a special offer to help you protect them all. Save up to 30% on each computer that you add to your account.

OFFER DETAILS:

1 year subscription - 20% off

2 year subscription - 25% off

3 year subscription - 30% off

Don’t wait – Offer ends June 30TH!

 

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You can use Carbonite to access your files from a smartphone or any computer connected to the internet.


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