Amazon isn’t content with handing your tech purchases, entertainment libraries and grocery deliveries; now it wants to be the home of Brits' most important files and documents.
The company has launched a new cloud storage service in thew UK offering unlimited storage for £55 a year, which is £4.58 a month.
There’s even a three-month trial so you can jump aboard without committing.
The Dropbox and OneDrive rival offers completely unlimited storage with no caps for particular file types and free access to iOS and Android apps. Photos and videos will be stored at full resolution.
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This is an improvement on what’s already freely available to Prime members, which includes unlimited storage for photos and 5GB for everything else.
Prime members may still prefer their free option, but it’s certainly something to consider for those who want to cheaply beef up their cloud storage facilities.
Amazon has been offering unlimited cloud storage in the US for a year now at $59.99 a year (around £45).
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