Meh there are better options out there.
.alpha, 09 Jun 2017iCloud at $9.99 a month is actually cheaper than all those Android cloud plansWow, calm down. There were people who were abusing the system like uploading 1.8 Petabytes of data (just go /r/Datahoarder). That's why they switched to limited and of course, everything happened to the innocent.
Amazon is just a store to buy toothpaste online....if you want technology go to GOOGLE or Microsoft...and please don't put your business in Amazon Web Services, they can change suddenddly like Drive and you go to bankruptcy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOT FEAR
.alpha, 09 Jun 2017iCloud at $9.99 a month is actually cheaper than all those Android cloud plansDo the math please. iCould charges 10$ x 12= 120$ per year.
Amazon chares 60$ per year.
iCloud at $9.99 a month is actually cheaper than all those Android cloud plans
TERRIBLE bait-and-switch campaign by Amazon!
I'm a Mumbai based Photographer with over 2 TB of data and after extensive reviewing was going to go for CrashPlan which was near identical to the Amazon Cloud Drive (ACD) however, I mistakenly went with Amazon just because they're a large co.
They lured everyone with the prospect of a 'Truly Unlimited Storage' only to change their terms and conditions as soon as they bagged enough customers.
I should have gone for CrashPlan whose terms are still the same as they have been for a long time.
Goes without saying, Amazon - never again!
I really don't like Amazon practice of charging subscriptions. I got the $60 plan on promo and when it come time to be charged they never warn you ahead of time or send a single email. The same with Prime and Audible.