Turkcell (News - Alert) Superonline, a subsidiary of Turkcell, has launched SuperDepo, enabling users to upload all types of documents on their computers as well as view photos, videos or tables on their smartphones.
With this new offering, users can also store any kind of file in a secure manner. Moreover, they can then share these files via social media sites and access them from any location with an Internet connection.
The offering will significantly increase the uploading speed for storage to 100Mbps and eliminates the need to consider a subscriber’s type of Fiber Internet package. Plus, this latest offering from Turkcell Superonline (News - Alert) ensures that Internet traffic is not deducted from the fiber Internet quotas.
Company officials commented that SuperDepo subscribers can create sub-users and allocate their storage capacity to them, which in turn will allow them to share their own personal storage areas with up two people. And subscribers of Fiber Internet who use SuperDepo, can upload a total of 50 photos with a size of two MB or a video that is 100MB to the storage area in just one second..
The Turkey-based telecom operator claims to be the one and only telecom operator to offer household Internet connections at speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps. It also assists its corporate and individual customers to gain access to various voice, data, broadband Internet, wholesale voice traffic, transmission, data center, cloud computing, and value added services.
Back in September, the company turned Istanbul into an Internet hub, lifting the boundaries between countries and initiating the “Internet without a visa” era through direct access agreements.
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