File.al is a popular filehosting site that people use to upload, share and download files. The service has been online since about 2015 and continues to offer filehosting and downloads into 2020.
You can usually find file.al download links on forums, though you’ll occasionally see them on blogs and other websites. The types of files you can download from File.al largely depend on where you find download links.
File.al link generators
Here are two services that support file.al downloads along with their daily limits and how much they cost for 30 days of service:
|Service||File.al Daily Limit||30 Days Premium|
File.al premium account download limits
I could find no information about daily download limits on the file.al website, but given that link generators above have daily limits and I see a couple of references to daily limits online, I assume file.al downloads are not unlimited, no matter where or how you get them. Based on a couple of online resources, File.al may have a 30GB daily limit for premium accounts, which may increase slightly if you purchase more than a 30-day account.
File.al premium account prices
Generally speaking, premium accounts tend to cost around $10-$15USD for 30-days of download access. Premium link generators like Linksnappy and Deepbrid tend to run the same, though there are some debrid services that tend to run closer to Deepbrid’s $5USD pricing.
File.al premium costs more than the average at $19.95 for 30-days service, though becomes a lot cheaper if you purchase multiple months:
File.al premium vs premium link generators
If you need to download a lot of files from file.al on an ongoing basis, it’s almost always better to purchase a premium account from the filehoster directly. Premium link generators sometimes have problems with downloads that don’t exist for File.al premium account members. However, premium link generators, like Linksnappy and Deepbrid allow you to download from other premium account filehosting sites, such as:
And dozens or scores more different filehosting websites, all with a single account. So, if you only need to download from File.al occasionally along with other filehosters, and only a few GB per day on average, a link generator makes a lot more financial sense.