Amazon announced a couple of new Cloud Drive storage plans yesterday, with one of them offering unlimited storage space for photos priced at just $12 a year. Considering that other cloud services charge up to eight times more for just 1TB, Amazon’s plan seems like it could become a hit among photographers. On the other [...]Show More Summary
Amazon continues to crank out an array of service features and offerings that make it difficult even for the likes of Google and Apple to keep up. On Thursday, Amazon announced that customers can now choose between two storage plans—Unlimited Everything or Unlimited Photos. As more digital consumers look for affordable storage plans to securely […]
Amazon’s Cloud Drive service now offers affordable unlimited online backup subscriptions. For just $12 a year you can save unlimited photos from your computer and mobile devices. Pay $60 a year to upload any kind of file.
Every large internet company, be it Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and many others have their Cloud storage offerings. Most of them offer some amount of Cloud storage for free and then have tiered paid plans for higher storage requirements. Show More Summary
On Thursday, Amazon.com announced that it will now offer unlimited cloud storage on its Amazon Cloud Drive platform. As of the announcement, unlimited cloud storage is available on two new storage plans that cater for a range of content and … Continue reading ?
Amazon launched a couple of new plans for its Amazon Cloud Drive service today and both are a pretty good deal compared to other services. If you already have a Prime membership, you can get unlimited photo storage for free, or if you want to upgrade, you can get unlimited storage for just $59.99/year. Read more...
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Amazon just took center stage in the cloud storage war. On Thursday, the world’s largest online storefront announced a new pricing model for its Cloud Drive service, consolidating its previous options into two new unlimited storage plans. Show More Summary
Looking to expand its cloud storage offerings and compete with other cloud services, Amazon has added unlimited storage for any content with the new Unlimited Everything service.
Amazon on Thursday announced two new unlimited cloud storage plans for Amazon Cloud Drive, enabling users to store an endless amount of photos, videos, movies, music, and files. Amazon users can choose either the Unlimited Photos Plan...Show More Summary
Amazon seems set to beat competitors such as Dropbox, Google and Microsoft as it announced two new unlimited cloud storage plans earlier today. While the first plan is aimed at photography fans, the second plan is unlimited not only by space but by media type as well. Both plans can be tried for free for [...]Show More Summary
Amazon has announced two new 'unlimited' storage plans as part of its Cloud Drive service. The Unlimited Photos plan costs $11.99 per year and an 'Unlimited Everything' plan allows users to store an infinite number of photos, videos, documents and music for $59.99 per year. Both services can be tried out for free for three months, starting now. Click through for more information
Amazon's Cloud Drive has been a contender in the cloud storage and file synchronizing vertical for some time now. Today, Amazon announced the launch of two new plans that simplify Cloud Drive significantly for all users. Unlimited Photos...Show More Summary
Amazon today launched two unlimited tiers for its Cloud Drive storage service, while prominent dance music service Beatport has revealed it will be debuting on Apple's iOS.
The steady march towards cheaper cloud storage has just turned into a sprint. Rather than being merely competitive with leaders like Google Drive, Dropbox, and iCloud, Amazon has decided to undercut their pricing by more than half. In some cases, much, much more. Show More Summary
Watch out Dropbox, Amazon's coming at you with a new cloud storage plan that's ridiculously cheap. You can now store an unlimited number of files in the cloud for $60 a year. That's five bucks a month for everything. Read more...