Deal: Get G Cloud Unlimited Phone Data Backup: 5-Yr Subscription (93% off)

Imagine the pain and frustration you go through after realizing your phone is lost or has been stolen, including all your data, such a situation can get you in to a lot of worries. But worry no more, all your data, messages, contacts and beyond can be securely backed up and transferable with G Cloud Unlimited Backup: 5-Yr Subscription, now available at a amazing 93% off on Tecmint Deals.

G Cloud Unlimited Phone Data Backup
G Cloud Unlimited Phone Data Backup

Using simple a taps, G Cloud enables you to migrate the entirety of your photos, videos, contacts, calendars and more to your Android, as well as any iPhone or iPad devices as well. Enjoy easy switching to a new phone with a simple one-tap restore feature.

With an intuitive timeline interface that allows you to organize all your personal media files, including photos and videos, for high-level convenience. It also allows you to store your memories in a specific timeline, and share everything directly from the cloud.

All your files are stored on the secure and more so, reliable Amazon AWS Cloud, utilizing top security 256-AES encryption mechanism to prevent any unwanted access or leaks.

In case you ever lose your phone, do not get so worried, all you need to do is sign into your G Cloud account to ring your phone or locate it on a map comparable to Apple’s genius Find My iPhone feature. No Internet access is required, simply send your phone an SMS to locate with ease.

Do not get frustrated and worried ever again after losing a phone including all your vital data, simply grab this amazing offer regularly priced at $480, but you can now pick up the G Cloud Unlimited Backup: 5-Yr Subscription today for a limited time for as low as $29 on Tecmint Deals.

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