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 If you're a current Amazon Drive customer, you may want to consider downloading files from the cloud service sooner rather than later. Amazon just sent out an email informing customers that the service will end on December 31, 2023, giving you just over a year to get your affairs in order.

"For the past 11 years, Amazon Drive has served as a secure cloud storage for Amazon customers to back up their files," Amazon said in an email sent to current Amazon Drive customers. "As of December 31, 2023, we will no longer support Amazon Drive so that we can fully focus on storing photos and videos with Amazon Photos."

For those unfamiliar with Amazon Drive, it allows any Amazon customer to upload 5GB of files for free. With Amazon Drive, customers can securely store photos, videos and documents in the cloud. PC and Mac users can upload and download files to Amazon Drive using a web browser, while Android and iOS users can interact with the service using the app (opens in a new tab).
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While 5GB of storage is provided for free, Amazon offers paid tiers starting at $1.99 per month for 100GB up to $11.99 per month for 2TB of Amazon Drive storage.

"We will continue to provide customers with the ability to securely back up, share and organize photos and videos with Amazon Photos," Amazon continued in its email. Amazon Photos is similar in concept to Amazon Drive, except that it only allows customers to upload photos and videos.

One of the benefits of Amazon Photos is that customers with a Prime membership have access to unlimited photo storage. Prime members, on the other hand, are limited to just 5GB of free video storage. If you want to increase your Amazon Photos video storage with a Prime membership, additional storage starts at $1.99 per month for 100GB.

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