Who Doesn't Want More Storage For Free?

August 20th, 2012

We are pleased to announce that we have significantly increased the storage limits of all Unfuddle plans. Check out the Sign Up page for all the details. All plans, including the free "Private" plan have increased by at least 50%, some by 100% or more, giving you more room to grow and store your Git & Subversion repositories and file attachments.

In addition to the new storage limits we have also gone ahead and included unlimited archived projects for all paid plans. Previously, we offered a maximum of 50 archived projects at the highest level plan. With unlimited archived projects, there is no need to decide which projects to leave in Unfuddle and which to get rid of. All of your finished or inactive projects can stay in your account allowing you to hold on to all of your tickets, messages, notebooks, etc for future reference.

As a reminder, all new accounts at any plan level start with a completely free 30-day trial, no credit card required. Interested in trying Unfuddle? Go head and choose a plan to get started.

  1. aazon:

    As for me, very strange improvement. Don't think that there are a lot of accounts who have 50+ archived projects

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