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Cyber Monday cloud storage deals 2021: Get 10TB online backup for $0.33/mo

Cyber Monday is well underway across the globe and, as expected, a number of cloud storage providers have lined up some outrageously good deals for those looking to store their data and photos online in virtual vaults. We've trawled the interweb and spoken with our partners to collect the best Cyber Monday cloud storage deals as of November 29th.

Between the fabulous lifetime storage offer from Pcloud, the unlimited deal from Polarbackup, the super secure NordLocker package, the antivirus bundle from Carbonite and the enormous 10TB cloud storage plan from iDrive, there's something for everyone looking for a deal on cloud storage this Cyber Monday.

The Best Cyber Monday cloud storage deals of 2021

IDrive 10TB for $3.98 for first year (offer ends December 3rd)

IDrive 10TB for $3.98 for first year (offer ends December 3rd)
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IDrive has doubled the amount of storage it offers to our readers to 10TB while keeping the same price $3.98 for the first year. That is the biggest amount of cloud storage data - by far - at this price point. As a comparison, Google One costs $540 per year for that same capacity.

> 10TB cloud storage, $3.98 for first year

Polarbackup Polarbackup

Polarbackup unlimited cloud storage (offer ends December 1st)
Save 75% Here’s another UK-based cloud storage provider that has been making waves by offering an unlimited cloud storage offer for a show-stopping price of $0.99/month for the first year, going up to $47.99 per year after that. Built on the most popular cloud computing platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and backed by 256-bit AES encryption and a 30-day money-back guarantee, Polarbackup’s affordable no-limit online storage deserves a spot on your shortlist. Just bear in mind that it is cold storage, which means that it is meant primarily for archiving.

> Polar backup unlimited cloud storage $47.99 $11.88/year

pCloud

Pcloud (offer ends November 29th)
Save 75% Cloud storage provider Pcloud, which currently sits second in our rankings, offers two lifetime plans with a 30-day trash story (which allows you to track and restore older versions of your files), a proprietary audio and video player, and native file sharing capabilities within the pCloud applications and web interface. It’s so good it got a solid four stars from our reviewer. The 2TB package is, unsurprisingly, the better of the two offers.

> Pcloud 500GB lifetime offer - $500 $122.50

> Pcloud 2TB lifetime offer - $980 $245

Carbonite (offer ends December 31st)

Carbonite (offer ends December 31st)
Save $72 And now for something special. Carbonite has cut its Safe backup plans by 60% for Black Friday and beyond. You get unlimited backup, automatic file and photo backup as well as free Webroot antivirus and courier delivery of recovered files should data on your main computer suffer from a catastrophic meltdown. It  is great for those users who are after a simple cloud backup package for a single computer, one that they can just set up and then forget about afterwards.

> Carbonite Prime unlimited cloud storage, $12.49/mo $4/mo 

Ionos (offer ends December 31st)

Ionos (offer ends December 31st)
Save $108 1&1 Ionos has a very special Black Friday deal for very small businesses. Get 1TB to be shared amongst 5 users with automatic cloud backup, a dedicated mobile app that makes invoice scanning a doddle and two-factor authentication by default. Integrate HiDrive into your systems using (S)FTP/FTPS, WebDAV, SMB/CIFS, rsync, SCP or Git. You can also automatically back up data from your network attached storage (NAS). HiDrive supports a range of network hard drives. From the UK? Click here.

> Ionos 1TB cloud storage deal $10/mo $1/mo 

NordVPN NordLocker

NordLocker (offer ends November 30th)
Save 60% Nord Security, the company behind NordVPN, also operates a service called NordLocker, an encryption tool that also offers a compelling online storage solution. The service has risen quickly through the ranks and is currently listed on our best cloud storage shortlist. NordLocker is cutting its prices by a whopping 60% this month. With features such as 24/7 priority support, 30-day money-back guarantee, end-to-end encryption and the ability to secure files locally and in the cloud, it’s worth your consideration.

> NordLocker 2TB cloud storage - $19.99/mo $7.99/mo

> NordLocker 500GB cloud storage - $6.99/mo $3.19/mo

IceDrive

IceDrive (offer ends December 1st)
Save 30% Icedrive has two lifetime plans for 3TB and 8TB cloud storage plans. Until the end of the month, the UK-based challenger brand is cutting the price of these two plans by a stonking 30%. Other than its great design and zero-knowledge encryption, the service also offers a virtual drive feature that caught the eye of our reviewer when we tested IceDrive earlier this year. This rare feature allows users to access and manage the cloud storage space as if it was a physical hard drive.

> IceDrive 3TB cloud storage lifetime plan - $689 $459

> IceDrive 8TB cloud storage lifetime plan, $1,119 $799

BackBlaze, Google and Microsoft are not doing any cloud storage deals this year, so if you are looking for special cloud storage offers from these firms, you’re out of luck. You may also want to check our lists of the best cloud backup, best photo cloud storage and best file syncing services

Desire Athow

Managing Editor, TechRadar Pro

Désiré has been musing and writing about technology during a career spanning four decades. He dabbled in website building and web hosting when DHTML and frames were en vogue and started writing about the impact of technology on society just before the start of the Y2K hysteria at the turn of the last millennium. Then followed a weekly tech column in a local business magazine in Mauritius, a late night tech radio programme called Clicplus and a freelancing gig at the now-defunct, Theinquirer, with the legendary Mike Magee as mentor. Following an eight-year stint at ITProPortal.com where he discovered the joys of global techfests, Désiré now heads up TechRadar Pro. He has an affinity for anything hardware and staunchly refuses to stop writing reviews of obscure products or cover niche B2B software-as-a-service providers.