Here's a list of great-looking filehosts. I bet you haven't even heard about half of those.
Part of this is pretty known (you can look full version of the first post to see), others not so great. Like there is limited overall storage (cloud services, although adrive.com
's 50Gb free storage per account and no expiration date for files look more or less decent), limited bandwidth for your account (fileden.com), peer-to-peer sharing i.e you have to keep your browser working to share files like in bittorrent (fileai.com) and/or short expiration periods (for most of mentioned hosters - 30 days after last download or less, ShareSend is exception - 60 days, mediafire and "clouds" didn't count). Not to say that some of this services are paid and/or offer downloads only for your own files (like filesonic, wupload, and fileserve now) and some at least have issues with proxy ( whether they bloocking IP or it's just a technical issue, I don't know). And most of them is of .com domain which also can be considered drawback, although in our situation it's hard to be picky.
P.S. Please, if someone know a good filehoster or discover a favorable change in terms of services of some already known, like increase in hosting period, download speed, decrease of limitations (more simultaneous downloads, less or no time before and between downloads), let us know here. But please provide us with actual information or at least precise link to that information, not simple link to main page of filehoster's site.
As for requirements, I see it as this:
Sorry, please read the forum rules to see why you can't view spoilers and why you can't post in this forum section. Thank you!
P.P.S. Maybe requirements have to be in the first post?