Amazon Drive Is Offering Unlimited Storage For $8 A Month

For $100 a year Amazon Drive now has an unlimited online storage plan — you can upload “an infinite amount” amounts of photos, videos, movies, music and other files to be securely stored and available for download at its original size and resolution.

There’s a free three-month trial on offer for Aussies, too.

You can auto-save all of the photos and videos from your phone, back up all of the content on your computer, and access any of your content at full resolution from nearly any device.

David Nenke, Director of Amazon Drive says the plan means customers don’t need to worry about storage space.

“Most people have a lifetime of photos from birthdays, holidays, family occasions, and everyday moments stored across numerous devices. And they don’t know how many gigabytes of storage they need to back all of them up,” said Nenke.

Beginning today, you can start using unlimited online storage for free with a three-month trial, or if you are an existing Amazon Drive customer you can change your plan by signing into your Amazon Drive accounts and selecting the “free Unlimited Storage trial”.

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