Amazon Drive is dropping their unlimited storage plan on 2017-06-08

Amazon has announced that they are dropping their unlimited storage plan. A disappointing move, but not all that surprising. You can learn more from their FAQ here:

Highlights from the FAQ:

  • Amazon will no longer offer an unlimited storage plan. Instead, we’ll offer storage plans of 100 GB for $11.99 and 1 TB for $59.99, up to 30 TB for an additional $59.99 per TB.

  • You have a 180-day grace period to either delete content to bring your total content within the free quota, or to sign up for a paid storage plan. After 180 days in an over-quota status, content will be deleted (starting with the most recent uploads first) until your account is no longer over quota

  • Prime members will continue to receive unlimited photo storage as a benefit of their Prime membership, and their photo content is not subject to the over-quota policy.

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If you are planning to migrate away from Amazon Drive to another storage this thread may be useful:

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