DigiBoxx clocks 1 million users within 6 months of launch

Bengaluru: DigiBoxx, a homegrown file storage and sharing platform, has clocked one million users within six months of launch, with nearly a fifth of them active on a daily basis.

Launched in December 2020 as a Made-in-India cloud storage provider, DigiBoxx services both individuals and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country with an assurance that their data is stored locally.

“Touching one million lives in just six months is a notable achievement, especially for a bootstrapped firm. India needs more such home-grown technologies to fulfil our vision of an Atmanirbhar Bharat,” said NITI Aayog Amitabh Kant, who had launched the service.

The company offers individual plans from Rs 30 per month, while it charges SMEs Rs 999 for up to 50 terabytes of cloud storage. It also offers 20 GB of free storage to users, a little more than what Google and Apple offer to their users.

DigiBoxx said that it is benefiting from global cloud storage companies discontinuing their free offerings for customers. Google had in November last year said it would stop offering its free unlimited cloud photo storage.

“We are confident of reaching two million users by the end of this year…the discontinuation of free storage by the tech majors is an opportunity for us,” said Arnab Mitra, chief executive officer at DigiBoxx.


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