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MyAirBridge is an online file transfer and file sharing service and an online file storage.[1]


The company was founded in London in 2013 where it has it’s headquarters.[2] In 2016 the company also launched a YouTube channel with official manuals.[3]


MyAirBridge uses a freemium business model, where users are offered a free account with a set transfer size, with paid subscriptions available that offer more capacity and additional features.

With a Guest account, it is possible to send up to 20 GB of data in a single transfer, however it has no file storage. The storage is available from Basic Plan up.[4]

The extra features of premium plans include storage, password protection, data sharing, changing transfer expiration period and also using the service as personal or company FTP. There is also a Teamwork feature.

Data can be sent using a link that can be shared with other parties or it can be sent using email notification. The service is available in 7 world languages.

Data allowances

  • Guest and Free account users receive:
    • 0 GB storage
    • 20 GB single upload transfer limit
    • 100 GB (Guest) or 200 GB (Free) data transfer limit
  • Paid account users are provided with three tiers of options:
    • Basic - 100 GB storage (1 TB data transfer limit per 30 days), 50 GB single upload transfer limit
    • Pro - 1 TB storage (5 TB data transfer limit per 30 days), 70 GB single upload transfer limit
    • Enterprise - 10 TB storage (unlimited transfer limit per 30 days), 100 GB single upload transfer limit



The service is available via a website interface on Chrome, Edge, Safari and Firefox and can be used on Windows and macOS. The platform is also supported on IOS and Android mobile browsers.


MyAirBridge portal has A+ data transfer security rating by SSL LABS [7] [8] and also uses Content Security Policy.

  1. Co, Rich (2020-09-09). "Companies are Winning Remote Teamwork with MyAirBridge". Tech Times. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  2. "MYAIRBRIDGE LTD. - Overview (free company information from Companies House)". Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  3. "MyAirBridge The Official YouTube Channel - YouTube". Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  4. Jun 2019, Lance Whitney 2; P.m, 10:53 (2019-06-02). "How to Send Large Files Over the Internet". PCMag UK. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  6. Townley, Marc (2020-11-17). "MyAirBridge is an easy way to backup or transfer your bigger files and essentials". KnowTechie. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  8. Chen, Kent (2017-08-18). "Sending and Sharing Files Up to 20 GB with MyAirBridge". Next of Windows. Retrieved 2020-12-08.

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