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Get unlimited phone data backup for under $30

Engadget Engadget 5/07/2016 StackCommerce
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Have you ever lost your phone skydiving? Did it fly out of your hands on a rollercoaster? Or maybe you dropped it down the Grand Canyon trying to take a selfie? We've all heard at least one crazy story about how someone lost their phone—and hope it doesn't happen to us.

Regardless of what happens, you can always locate your phone and recover its data with a 5-year subscription to G Cloud Unlimited Backup , now only $29.99 for Engadget readers.

No matter what unforeseen misfortune happens to your mobile device, G Cloud Unlimited helps you avoid some serious pain. Using Amazon's AWS Cloud, you can backup, view, and manage your phone's data via your G Cloud account, giving you complete control over what's on your phone no matter where you misplaced it.

While most of us are wary about storing our personal info on the Web, G Cloud's military-grade 256-AES encryption ensures your data is secure. And with just one tap of a button, you can restore and transfer data between devices wherever you are.

Thanks to G Cloud Unlimited, you'll get 5 years of comprehensive protection to ensure you won't have to endure the pain of losing your phone—or its contents. For a limited time, Engadget readers can pick up a 5-year subscription to G Cloud Unlimited for only $29 , over 90% off its retail value of $480.

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