With the Transfer plan, you can:
Dropbox Transfer is a simple way to send files you don’t need to collaborate on. You can create transfers from dropbox.com, the Dropbox desktop app, and the Dropbox mobile app for iOS. When you send a transfer, the recipient will receive a link with your name, the name of your transfer, a list of file names and sizes, and the expiration date of the transfer. A Dropbox account is not required for others to receive or download a transfer.
You can use the billing page in your account settings to update your payment method with a different credit card or PayPal account, change billing frequency from monthly or yearly, and view invoices and receipts from your billing history.
To manage billing and payments:
You can cancel your Dropbox Transfer subscription at any time. The cancellation will go into effect at the end of your current billing cycle.
When the subscription ends:
To cancel a Dropbox Transfer plan:
What is the difference between the Dropbox Transfer plan and the free Basic plan?The Dropbox Transfer plan is a paid subscription that includes the same storage space and features as the free Basic plan, plus premium transfer options, like a higher send size limit, custom branding and expiration dates, password protection, and transfer stats and history.
Learn more about Dropbox individual plans.
What is the difference between the Dropbox Transfer plan and the Professional plan?
The transfer functions of the Dropbox Transfer plan are the same as those on the Dropbox Professional plan. The Professional plan provides more storage space than the Transfer plan, plus features like Smart Sync, longer version history, branded sharing, file locking, and priority support.
Learn more about Dropbox Business plans.
Can I add Transfer to an existing account?
The Dropbox Transfer plan is currently available as an upgrade to certain Dropbox Basic users. If you’re eligible to purchase the Transfer plan, you’ll see opportunities to upgrade in the Dropbox desktop app and on dropbox.com.