“Welcome to Unlimited Storage”. That’s what Amazon said only two years ago when it introduced the unlimited storage package. For a mere $59.99 a year, you could store as much as you want on Amazon’s “cloud”. And it was less than 10 months ago when the service was expanded to the UK. Now, though, that’s all about to change, and if you’re a user of Amazon’s Cloud Drive service, you’ll want to know.
Amazon are doing away with the unlimited package completely. The previous Unlimited Photos plan has been dropped to 100GB for $11.99 a year. This will probably be fine for most consumers just looking to back up their mobile photos and a few holiday snaps. The Unlimited Everything plan, though, is limited to a measly 1TB. And each extra terabyte costs a further $60 a year on top, to a maximum of 30TB.