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Flickr Free 1TB Storage Will No Longer Be Offered

5 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Flickr has announced some changes which impact those who use its free tier. The service, recently purchased by professional photo hosting service SmugMug, today confirmed that it will no longer offer 1TB of free storage. Users on the free tier will now be limited to 1,000 photos. This is the first major change of its kind made to Flickr after the service was acquired. It also confirmed that starting in January 2019, there will be no need for a Yahoo account to access Flickr.
“Unfortunately, “free” services are seldom actually free for users. Users pay with their data or with their time. We...
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Flickr drops free 1TB plan to just 1000 photos, boosts paid ‘Pro' tier

Flickr drops free 1TB plan to just 1000 photos, boosts paid ‘Pro' tier

5 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

For over five years, Flickr has offered 1TB of free storage to users. After Yahoo sold the service to SmugMug back in April , today Flickr will be reducing the free tier to just 1000 photos. On the bright side, it is however bringing some improvements to its paid Flickr Pro tier.
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Flickr drops Yahoo requirement and gives Flickr Pro users unlimited storage

Flickr drops Yahoo requirement and gives Flickr Pro users unlimited storage

5 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Flickr has announced a number of changes to both its free and pro accounts, including ditching the need to have a Yahoo account. The biggest change for Flickr users with free accounts is a drop to the amount of free storage it offers - it is now possible to display 1,000 photos and videos of any size, but the free terabyte of storage is now a thing of the past. Anyone paying for a Pro account has much more to get excited about, including ad-free browsing and 5K support. Flickr points out that its offerings are available for "less than...
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Flickr is ditching Yahoo account requirement and giving Pro subscribers unlimited storage

Flickr is ditching Yahoo account requirement and giving Pro subscribers unlimited storage

5 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

SmugMug-owned Flickr is removing the need for Yahoo accounts, giving Pro subscribers unlimited storage, and ditching 1TB free storage.
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