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At Ubuntu One Services it is possible to purchase 20GB of additional storage space for $29.99/year. There is also a box which appears to work as a sort of quantity selector. My question is:
Is there an upper limit to the amount of 20GB subscriptions you can purchase at any one time?

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Yes, there is an upper limit. You cannot purchase more than 429.496.728 20-packs. In practice, this is the same as it being unlimited. If you do find that you need to purchase more storage than this, talk to us.

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8-and-a-half Exabytes? Ouch. Thanks. – Lewis Goddard Oct 5 '11 at 18:51
8 exbibytes, minus one byte. – Chipaca Oct 7 '11 at 3:03
It's answers like these that make me wish we could favorite answers, as well. You can't really get much more informative than this. – Christopher Kyle Horton Oct 27 '11 at 17:51
Even seeing this 1.5 years later this made me smile :D – Rinzwind Jan 24 '13 at 20:22

Currently, there is no upper limit of how much you can purchase.

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