Verizon Simplifies its Cloud storage plans Details, now includes 5GB of storage every month for free



Verizon is simplifying its Cloud offerings and giving you more for your money. The base plan now includes 5GB of storage per month for free, and the top plan goes as high as 1TB per month for $9.99. With these new plans, Verizon is giving customers more storage without asking for any additional money, so you can now safely store all of your contacts, photos, videos and more in the cloud without breaking the bank.

The cloud options offer storage ranging from 5 GB per month to 1 TB per month. The Small package, which offers 5 GB of storage, is free. Customers can also get a Medium package with 25 GB of storage for $2.99 per month, a Large package with 250 GB of storage for $4.99 per month or an Extra-Large package with 1 T of storage for $9.99 per month.

Current subscribers will be given the additional storage of the tier they are on without having to do anything on their end, for example if you’re currently on a 75GB plan you’ll be bumped to the new 250GB plan.
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Verizon said customers who already have could subscriptions on the old 75 GB or higher plans will automatically be transferred to the new Large or Extra-Large plans.

In addition to offering extra storage space for smaller memory devices, Verizon said cloud subscribers can also use the cloud backup to more efficiently transfer their information during device upgrades.
Source : androidcentral Via : wirelessweek