Amazon Cloud Drive nixes unlimited storage tier

June 9th, 2017   decode   news

Hot on the heels of Apple’s reorganization of its online storage tiers for iCloud, Amazon has made some changes to its Cloud Drive service too. However, in this case it’s not good news at all. While Apple is now basically offering 2TB for the price of 1TB, Amazon has decided to end its unlimited storage subscription. This was launched more than two years ago, and it was available for $59.99 per year.

From this point on, though, Amazon Cloud Drive only has two paid tiers left alongside the free 5GB option: you either get 100GB for $11.99 per year, or 1TB if you pay $59.99. That’s it. Given…

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