Turbobit.net is a file sharing site that advertises unlimited transfers without speed limits, and uses wait timers, captchas, and aggressive advertising to encourage signups to their premium plan.
Files uploaded by unregistered users are hosted for a maximum of 7 days. For registered users, files are hosted as long as they are downloaded at least each 45 days, and each 90 days for paid plan users.
ShareByLink is an excellent alternative to Turbobit.net. All files are hosted for a minimum of 60 days, will be available as long as they are downloaded at least each 60 days. With no download speed limit, unlimited uploads and downloads, no waiting, and only light advertising, ShareByLink has a lot to offer - all for free.
Users can upload their files to create Sharing Links with the free web tool. ShareByLink also offers unlimited uploads and download of files up to 2GB each, with no waiting to download or frustrating ads.
It’s easy to use: Just upload your file, and send the link to whatever device or people you want to be able to download the file.
Your Sharing Link have the following format:
Once the system creates the link, you can use it right away to start downloading. Just don’t forget to finish uploading your file.
By default, your files are retained indefinitely on ShareByLink’s secure servers as long as they are downloaded every 60 days, but you are welcome to remove them sooner.
Simon Lightstone is a programmer, blogger and contributor to the ShareByLink project.