After Over 10 Years, LogMeIn Free – No Longer

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As of 2014, LogMeIn, a Boston-based company specializing in secure remote connectivity, will no longer be providing free remote access. With over 125 million devices that have used the LogMeIn services, this company is moving on to be paid for their services after 10 years since their start up in 2003.
According to the LogMeIn Free post:
Please note that once you log into your account there is a seven day window to upgrade. Subscriptions will include LogMeIn’s signature remote access to two or more computers, premium mobile apps for Android and iOS, and native Mac and Windows desktop apps.  Additionally, all users who purchase a subscription to LogMeIn Pro will be upgraded to a premium remote access experience, with capabilities that include integration with popular cloud sync and share products like Cubby, Dropbox, Box, Google Drive and SkyDrive, the ability to manage and transfer cloud and local files, remote printing and more.
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You can not get logmein free, but to continue LogMeIn services, users will have to start paying $99 per for two access computers.
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