The multi-platform service is poised to shake things up by offering unlimited space with no file size restrictions for $10 per month -- or just $99 per year. However, the company is also kicking off its public debut with a special offer: one-year of unlimited storage for $69. And if a monthly subscription isn't your style, Bitcasa also offers 10GB for free -- all you have to do is sign up. Users can utilize the Bitcasa utility (or leverage their own tools) to keep their shared data pool synchronized across multiple devices, create mirror backups and so on. There are no fees for additional devices nor did I see a limit on their number. One more similarity to Dropbox, and something which separates it from your usual online backup solution, is individual files and folders on your Bitcasa drive can be shared with friends and family via a public link. Meanwhile, all files are encrypted and multiple copies are silently stored (at least three, according to Bitcasa) so users can roll back to previous file versions when the necessity arises.