Amazon adds unlimited cloud drive plans Inc. has added two unlimited cloud storage plans for its Cloud Drive offering. This increases the storage ante compared to competitors like Microsoft and Google.
According to Amazon’s Josh Petersen, an executive, “Most people have a life of birthdays and vacations, holidays, everyday moments, and stored across many devices.” They don’t know how much storage they will need to store all these things. Customers don’t have to worry about storage space with the two new plans that we are introducing today. They now have an affordable and secure way to store unlimited amounts photos, videos, music, and other files in one place.
Unlimited Photos plan — which includes 5 GB of videos or other files — costs $11.99 per annum. Unlimited Everything plans cost $59.99 per annum and include unlimited documents and files.
Cloud Drive is now available for Amazon Fire smartphone owners. Cloud Drive apps are available for Amazon Appstore, Apple App Store (for iOS) and Google Play(for Android) along with a desktop application.
While cloud storage options and options from different vendors are almost too many to list, Microsoft and Google currently don’t offer identical unlimited storage plans for a flat rate.
Both Amazon plans are available for a 3-month trial.