No More Unlimited Storage Plans for Amazon Drive Users

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Back in 2015, Amazon introduced its “Unlimited Everything” cloud drive plan in which users can securely store unlimited photos, videos, files and documents for less than $60.  However, the e-commerce giant has decided to kill off this unlimited deal effective today.

Instead, customers can now choose from a variety of Amazon Drive storage plans:  100 GB for $11.99, 1 TB for $59.99 and up to 30 TB for an additional $59.99 per TB.

For existing subscribers of the Unlimited Plan, you will be able to keep your unlimited storage plan until the expiration date, then decide whether you want to renew your subscription or not.  Just visit your Manage Store page to opt into one of the new plans.

BUT if you’re a Prime Member, you can still enjoy UNLIMITED photo storage as one of the benefits of your membership, as well as 5 GB of additional storage for non-photo content.

If you haven’t subscribed to Prime yet, well I suggest that you should.  For $99/year, not only will you have unlimited photo storage, you’ll also get to enjoy fast, FREE shipping, exclusive access to movies, TV shows, ad-free music, Kindle books, audio series and early access to Amazon Lightning Deals.

For additional information about the new Amazon Drive storage plans, click HERE.