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Type of site
|File hosting service|
|Owner||FS File Solutions Limited|
|1,347 (February 2013[update])|
Any type of file can be published on the web site. Unregistered users can instantly retrieve files sizes of 1 MB. After registration, a user is not subject to any limit when downloading a single file, but is limited to 50 MB transfer a week. Transfer limit can be increased by raising the profile of the account (additional bandwidth to use for a specified time), and supplying the account transfer unlimited validity.
Identical services abroad
Besides Chomik, other functionality identical websites exist, targeting other countries, namely:
- Launched in 2012
- abelhas.pt (Portugal)
- Launched in 2013
- Launched in 2014 (with a slightly different script)
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- Marcin Maj (December 9, 2013). "Microsoft usuwa z sieci pliki z Ubuntu, a służą do tego... prawa autorskie" (in Polish). Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. Retrieved May 26, 2015.
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