With FileWhopper, you can transfer large files or folders with no size limit. In this article, we will feature step-by-step instructions on how to create a file or folder transfer on FileWhopper. Once the data transfer is created, you can start uploading your data via the FileWhopper app or directly from your web browser. This article will provide a detailed description of the upload process.
Creating a data transfer on FileWhopper takes just few clicks:
Go to the FileWhopper homepage and upload your file or folder for a transfer price quote. Depending on your browser, the page may have one of these 2 designs:
Your file or folder will be uploaded for a price quote based on its size. The price quote is free and requires no commitment from you.
Review the details to complete your order: you can change the file or folder, include some additional services or switch accounts at this step.
You can use the ‘Check my coupons’ link to see if you have any discount coupons to use during checkout.
If everything is correct, then click the CONFIRM & PAY button if you want to pay for the transfer yourself, or hit the Invoice recipient button if you want the recipient to pay.
If you select the CONFIRM & PAY button, you will be redirected to the payment service. Once your payment goes through, you will be able to start your upload.
If you choose the Invoice recipient option, you’ll be asked to enter the recipient's name and email address. FileWhopper will email the payment link to the recipient, and once the payment goes through, you’ll get a notification that you can start the upload.
After the payment step, you’ll be automatically redirected to your FileWhopper account page. You can start uploading your file or folder as soon as your payment has been processed (this usually takes a few seconds). If you used the ‘Invoice the recipient’ option, you may have to wait till the recipient makes the payment. An email will be sent to notify you that the payment has been made and you can start uploading.