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Which are the websites which help to direct download bit-torrent files?

One such service is torrific

What torrific does is, when we give the url of a .torrent file, it will download the file on its server and give us the direct link for the downloaded file.

Since torrific has a bandwidth limit of 10GB per day I am looking for other free alternatives

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Fetch.io

Lets you stream media on the site, pretty new.

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Put.io is one such service, as is Leechpack. ImageShack used to offer the same, but they have shut down that service.

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they are not free :( – AIB May 29 '11 at 9:35
    
Works great though. I hope they don't get mired in copyrights issues. – R.K. May 30 '11 at 7:29

Instant-Torrents. This one doesn't offer any free bandwidth.

zbigz. Offers free bandwidth, but limits download speeds. You can pay to become premium.

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Why the downvote? – becko Apr 5 '13 at 1:36
    
Not mine so I can only guess, but speculate this might be because the question is off topic? – pnuts Jul 10 '14 at 20:41

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