Amazon Announces Unlimited MP3 and Music Cloud Storage

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Not to be out done by Google’s new cloud-based music service, Amazon has decided to step up its game in the free storage department.  The Amazon Cloud Player will now allow you to store an unlimited amount of music as long as you purchase one of their storage plans which start at $20 for 20GB.  You seriously can upload as many music files as possible and they will not take up any of the storage space that you purchased.  All of your previously purchased Amazon MP3s can also be uploaded for free.

And let’s not forget that you can get the upgrade to a 20GB plan just by purchasing an entire album from their music store – some can unlock the storage for just a couple of dollars if you find the right one.

Anyone willing to move away from Music Beta and back onto Amazon?

More info at Amazon’s site.

Cheers Andrew!



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