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Top phones from Samsung, LG, HTC and Motorola with free cloud storage for 12 months

Amazon.com is hoping to tempt smartphone buyers with the offer of free cloud storage in the run up to the holidays. The online retail giant is offering customers 50 gigabytes of free Amazon cloud storage for 12 months with the purchase of a raft of different Android smartphones on various U.S. carriers. To name but a few —

  • Samsung Galaxy S4
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3
  • LG G2
  • Moto X
  • HTC One
  • Droid MAXX
  • Nexus 5

You get the idea — many of the current top Android phones are included. (And most of the devices on our recent list of the best Android phones are represented.) To claim your free storage, just buy any of the phones listed on Amazon's portal page, and 50GB will be added to your Amazon cloud account with in 10 days.

Hit the link below to browse the full selection; the offer runs until Dec. 31.

More: Android phones with 50GB free Amazon cloud storage

via: AndroidPolice

 

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Amazon offering 50GB of free cloud storage with a bunch of Android phones

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It would have been nice to get it, but I already have 50GB through Box, 50GB through Dropbox, and 100GB through Drive.

I have no idea how to fill all of this storage.

I'm kinda glad I didn't get the Amazon storage, lol.

Congrats to everyone that's eligible, though!!

Posted from my "Gift from God" Nexus 5

Porn

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So where is the competition for the Note 3? Oh right there isn't any...

I have 50gb through box, 100gb through drive, and like the standard amount on about 13 other cludstorage things. I will never fill up that space.

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Lotsa porn

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So where is the competition for the Note 3? Oh right there isn't any...

Question about cloud storage...when your year or however long time period of free storage is over, how difficult is it to move the data you have stored to a new cloud service like what Amazon is offering?

Sent from my SG Note 2

Well, you don't have to move anything.

Example: Dropbox gives you 50GB free for 12 months. You fill 48GB in 10 months.

Once the 12 months are up, you don't lose your files. But, any storage you didn't use (2GB) remains unused. So, you can't upload anymore files to fill that 2GB of storage, unless you want to pay for the 50GB. But, as long as you leave the storage as-is, then your files can remain in that cloud account indefinitely.

Posted via my "Gift from God" Nexus 5

Pretty difficult considering wireless caps.
50GB at a 2GB per month cap, that's two years just to get it out.

But seriously, I don't think they'd just delete your files. But may wanna read the fine print.