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Amazon offers $20 unlimited Cloud Drive music storage

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Thursday, July 7, 2011
News Categories: Digital Media

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Perhaps in response to Apple’s upcoming iTunes Match service, Amazon has announced that all Cloud Drive users can now enjoy unlimited storage space for music for $20 a year. The deal, which is described as a “limited time” offer, is available to customers who purchase any Cloud Drive storage plan—including the base 20GB for $20/year plan—and the unlimited space for music does not appear to count towards the 20GB file storage cap. In addition, customers who already received 20GB of free storage through prior promotions will receive the unlimited space for music at no additional cost, and users can now upload all Amazon MP3 purchases for free in Cloud Drive, including all purchases made before the launch of Cloud Drive and Cloud Player. Finally, Amazon has announced its new Cloud Player on Web for iPad, which enables customers to play music stored in the cloud via an interface specifically optimized for Safari on the iPad.

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