Turbobit.net is a long-lived premium filehosting and filesharing service that has been around since about 2009. Which, that makes it one of the oldest remaining premium filehosters, managing to survive the fallout from the Megaupload debacle back in early 2012. Some of my favorites and very popular of that era, like Fileserve, Filesonic and Hotfile, did not last long.
Turbobit.net (along with the newer turbo.to) download links are fairly prominent on various forums and blogs, and you can find most types of files like videos, software, image archives and even informational documents through Turbobit. However, this will vary depending on where you’re finding Turbobit.net / turbo.to download links.
Turbobit link generators
Here are two services that support Turbobit downloads (including premium) along with their daily limits and how much they cost for 30 days of service:
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Turbobit.net premium account download limits
If purchasing a premium account directly from Turbobit, there are two membership types: base, which is the “basic” premium level, and plus, which offers double the bandwidth for a slightly higher membership cost.
For 30-day premium accounts (or 6 months, 1 year, 2 years) at the basic premium level, you can download up to 600GB in one month. This holds true for all of these membership durations. Turbobit has a 1-week trial account, and at the basic level you can download 150GB.
For Plus premium account levels, that doubles to 1.2TB or 1200GB per month. A 1-week account with the Plus premium account gives you 300GB of downloads. Which, if you just need to download a bunch of files from Turbobit one time, 300GB is pretty generous, and generally speaking Turbobit downloads have been pretty fast, at least using Linksnappy in 2019 and 2020, so that means that Turbobit itself is pretty fast on average. I’ve downloaded from Turbobit with several other premium link generators in the distant past and remember it being fairly fast then, as well.
Turbobit.net premium account prices
By and large, premium filehosting accounts cost around $10-$15 USD for 30-days of download access. The per-month costs usually go down when you purchase longer membership packages. Turbobit premium is in line with these, costing $9.95 USD for 30-days for base premium and $12.95 for plus premium:
Turbobit.net premium vs premium link generators
If you have a regular and ongoing need to download files from Turbobit only, it’s recommended that you get a Turbobit premium account. Even if you could potentially, technically download more in a month using a Linksnappy account, you increase the chances for a problem by using two services to download a file over one. Which, if you use any premium link generator, you’re using their servers and Turbobit’s servers to download a file, not just Turbobit’s.
On the flip side, if you don’t need to download hundreds of Gigabytes from Turbobit regularly and you could benefit from downloading from other filehosting sites, such as:
And more, a premium link generator service can provide a lot more value, and save you a lot of time and frustration, than trying to download a bunch of files for free or hopping around to different websites just trying to download a file or two at a faster speed.