|08-06-11 at 07:51 PM||#15|
Join Date: May 2009
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|08-06-11 at 09:56 PM||#16|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Rapidshare is still too complicated. I like to know that if I pay a monthly fee I can download as much as I want for a month. I don't want to be worrying about whether I have enough points etc...
|08-06-11 at 11:01 PM||#17|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Waynesboro, GA. USA
Thanks for the news. I've been a Premium member of theirs for a good number of years now.
|08-07-11 at 02:20 AM||#18|
Join Date: Jul 2010
I still won't switch back to them. The stupid points system ruined it, I was a prem member for 2+ years.
|08-07-11 at 02:21 AM||#19|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Sounds good. I might switch back to RS Premium if files on their servers are not deleted as fast.
|08-07-11 at 02:30 AM||#20|
Join Date: Aug 2007
The many changes in a short period of time plus the various confusing policies they have implemented over that short amount of time has made them 'non purchase' material for me.
However I guess any improvement is good, although in the past they have given with one hand while taking with the other so time will tell.
|08-07-11 at 02:53 AM||#21|
Join Date: Oct 2009
I've been a Rapidshare account holder for at least 10 years, but 2 months ago I gave up on them.
They spent the last year pi**ing about too much changing their system with regards how you pay for your account and what you get. What the hell was wrong with paying out £60 for a years free access? That was easier than blinkin rapid points.
The final straw for me was I'm now unemployed and have to be very careful what I spend and their current (unless they've changed it AGAIN in the last month) payment options were more expensive than most others.
So. I'm with Filesonic now. Paid £30 for 6 months access and better still, most people here seem to use Filesonic more than any other anyway.
Rapidshare only have themselves to blame if they've lost customers.
|08-07-11 at 06:23 AM||#22|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Not going to switch back to the company that changes policies so much! I am tired of companies that do that to their loyal customers. Whatever the reason it was, moving from year fees to rapids was a stupid move and the files get deleted very fast so NOOO
|08-07-11 at 06:29 AM||#23|
Join Date: Jun 2011
They're probably in search of uploaders or something. With 100 MB connection I get almost the maximum download speed without premium.
|09-07-11 at 08:17 AM||#24|
Join Date: Jul 2008
Didn't renew my account either because of the weird policies/systems they introduced.
But right now, Rapidshare is definitely the fastest file hoster for me. Netload and Megaupload (Premium) don't exceed 25MBit, while Rapidshare (free) serves with 180MBit/s right from the beginning. Yep, that's 20MByte/s.
Single stream that is; no concurrent connections.
They might get a customer back, if they keep it up for few months. :)
|09-07-11 at 12:51 PM||#25|
Join Date: Jun 2009
AAR, it's very confusing to me but all of my shares are 'parked' there and it's be a hassle to move especially since I've been a premium member of 6-7 other services and they've been no better.
Seems they all change policies to fit a fluid market place.
I've had no problem maxing out my RR 15Mb connection when doing multiple downloads.
|09-11-11 at 05:37 PM||#26|
Join Date: Nov 2010
RS is so slow..(Free member). MU is the only reasonable uploading/downloading service I have found. Fast downloads, and no captchas.
|12-04-11 at 08:11 PM||#27|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Great news, thanks for the update