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NITI Aayog on Tuesday launched its homegrown new cloud storage service named DigiBoxx to promote Atmanirbhar Bharat Initiative. The launch of DigiBoxx was scheduled for August 15 this year, but could not take place. Data stored on DigiBoxx will remain in India. DigiBoxx can currently be accessed on the web, while Android and iOS services will be launched soon.

While launching Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant tweet, The development of @thedigiboxx is a testimony to the impact which tech Startups are making in India. @thedigiboxx does digital file storage in an easy, secure way- all on an Indian digital storage cloud. Delighted to launch India’s fully homegrown data storage service virtually.

Through DigiBoxx, you can store your data by creating an ID and share it with others via mobile number with e-mail. It has many features like on-demand, real-time access, and editing. DigiBoxx files can be shared instantly via InstaShare.

About India’s Cloud storage service DigiBoxx

 DigiBoxx’s cloud service can be avail at just Rs 30 per month. In this, the user will get 5 TB of storage and will get an opportunity to upload files up to a maximum of 10 GB. DigiBoxx also has a free service in which users will get 20 GB of storage and will get the opportunity to upload files up to a maximum of 2 GB.

Storage up to 50 TB will be available in the plan of Rs 999 and the maximum size of file upload will be 10 GB. It can provide access to 500 people. Simply put, this service is like the G-suite which is meant for small companies.

Seema Jain

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