Storage firm Freecom has unveiled a new service which it claims can protect and recover data even after hard drive crashes.
The Data Recovery Service (PDF) covers any branded external or internal hard drive, and promises to recover all data within two weeks in the event of a hard drive failure.
The service has been launched in partnership with data recovery firm LazaRus, and drives are returned to customers with no additional costs for postage and packing.
Freecom claims that its recovery technique has a more than 98 per cent success rate for internal drives, and 85 per cent for external drives.
"Our first piece of advice would be to back up all this information in multiple locations to be extra sure you won't lose it all," said Axel Lucassen, managing director at Freecom.
"Many people want even greater assurance, though, and this is where our Data Recovery Service fits in. For a minimal fee, we can give you peace of mind that we can recover your data should your hard drive break."
The service is available for £24.95 including VAT at Freecom's online store and all major PC retailers for three years of cover for any hard drive.
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