Get 50GB of free Amazon Cloud Drive storage for one year with the purchase of select Android phones



Amazon is putting on a great promotion for folks who don’t mind moving their digital life to the cloud. You can have your pick of over 100 different Android phones, and be rewarded with 50GB of Cloud Drive space when buying the phone through their wireless store. You can use Amazon Cloud Storage to hold anything in the cloud, including photos, videos up to 20 minutes, documents and more.

There are a few details you’ll need to know before taking them up on this offer, though. It’s simple:

  • You only get to keep the storage for one year.
  • You’ll have until 11:59pm Pacific on December 31st to take advantage.
  • The storage will be added to your account within 10 days of you qualifying for the promotion.
  • The 50GB of free storage stacks on top of the 5GB of storage Amazon already gives you.

Full details can be found in the terms and conditions document found here. Be sure to read it to make sure you know all the pertinent details. As for the phones you can buy, Amazon has the full list of them here. Check it out for yourself and enjoy your massive amounts of free cloud storage (even if those clouds will dissipate after a year).

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. I hit up the offer from Box. 50gb for life with the purchase of an eligible LG phone. Ya it has a 250mb file cap but it does what I need it to do.

  2. I got one of those Skydrive codes for 200GB for 2 years. I also have 2 box accounts with 50GB each for life. I think I am set with the cloud storage for a while. I just bought the note 3 from amazon so I guess I might as well take advantage of their 50GB, unless there is some sort of auto renewal then… no way

  3. Terms link is broken. I wonder if it’s 50GB for 1 year. That’s how these rain clouds work.

    1. You only get to keep the storage for one year.

      1. Figures.

  4. I can’t stand Amazon’s offering in the tablet and phone world because they don’t provide an instant prime video player for Android but do for iOS. I used to buy all my movies and tv from them but since I can’t watch them on anything except for roku and an LG GTV then I quit buying their stuff. They have lost my support on all products because of this. They had the best opportunity to just let Google and Apple duke it out while they became king in providing cloud and content. to both platforms. Oh well, now Google is doing it.

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