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Thursday, 07 July 2011 13:00

Amazon provides unlimited music storage

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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For its 20GB Cloud Drive plan
Amazon announced that paying $20 for its 20GB Amazon Cloud Drive plan will buy you unlimited Cloud Music Player storage.

Some users were impatient and pounced on the chance to get the 100GB of storage on Cloud Music Player. The service cost $100 but the company has mailed them, or should have by now, to tell them they will be reimbursed with $80.

The company’s mail reads:”Because your current plan now includes unlimited space for music, we're refunding the difference between the cost of your original Cloud Drive plan of 100 GB and the cost of a current 20 GB plan ($20), which is the least-expensive Cloud Drive plan that includes unlimited space for music. A refund of $80 will be issued to the card originally used for your Amazon Cloud Drive storage plan.”

What a nice company, eh? I hope they beat Apple in court for this.


Last modified on Thursday, 07 July 2011 13:31

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-9 #1 Haberlandt 2011-07-07 18:42
But will it run Crysis?
 

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