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Amazon Cloud Drive launches in Canada

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 May 2013 22:59 User comments (1)

Amazon Cloud Drive launches in Canada Amazon has finally expanded their Cloud Drive service to Canada, giving users an online locker to store their digital files for access from their phones and any Internet-connected device.
The e-commerce giant will give all users 5GB of free storage, and additional space will cost you. Amazon did not elaborate except to say "additional storage plans start at CAD $10 a year for 20 GB."

"Millions of customers around the globe have already discovered the benefits of Amazon Cloud Drive to safely store and manage precious files like photos, videos and documents," said Russell Dicker, Director of Amazon Cloud Drive. "We are proud to bring Amazon Cloud Drive to our customers in Canada. With Amazon Cloud Drive, you can manage and access files across multiple physical devices and you don't have to worry about hard drive crashes. All of your content is stored safely on Amazon's servers and is accessible from anywhere using a PC, Mac or web browser."

Amazon's cloud offering has to compete with plenty of rivals, including those from Google, Apple, Dropbox, Box and more.

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121.5.2013 23:38

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