Amazon Cloud Drive review
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Amazon Cloud Drive offers unlimited photo storage to anyone with a Prime account, and there's real-time synchronisation too - which means any files you upload will be immediately viewable when using another device. We tested it against key rivals including Google Drive and Dropbox to find out whether it's the best cloud storage service you can use.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What's it like to use?
- Is there anything else I should know?
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- Should I use it?
- Paid for storage option one100GB: £16.99 a year.
- Paid for storage option two1TB: £79.99 a year.
- Paid for storage option three2TB: £159.98 a year.
- Paid for storage option four3TB: £239.97 a year.
- Paid for storage option five4TB: £319.96 a year.
- Paid for storage option six5TB: £399.95 a year.
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