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Looks like Amazon is pulling the plug on unlimited cloud storage.

Looks like Amazon is pulling the plug on unlimited cloud storage.

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  1. ok, thats it, i’m not choosing another service for my online backups. i build myself a nas to store at my parents place. took me months to upload the 7.7 TB my initial backup to cloud drive and now what?!

  2. Now all we need is for someone to come up with a way to encode TBs of data into a bunch of jpgs for the unlimited photo storage.

  3. 59.99 for 1 TB is a joke. You can buy TWO 1 TB hard drives with it. I’m DONE with the cloud. I’ve been trying to upload my data on Amazon since forever, dealing with timeouts, expired tokens and connection errors all the time. First I take like two whole days to learn and test rclone, and then next week they pull the plug on that. Now this.

    If Amazon is reading this, FUCK YOU AMAZON!

    I only had 2.5 TB on it and now I have to find the time to fucking download that shit before my plan expires next month. Summer is out and I was hoping to spend my time doing something better. So fuck you for wasting my fucking time.

    Cloud services can die, change TOS, and just up and ban you anytime. I’m just going to buy 2 NAS, put it in different parts of the world and make my own fucking cloud.

  4. If you think about it over the long term, “unlimited” *might* have actually worked and it *might* have been exactly what Amazon meant. The thought being: as long as people stay in the few (up to 5 or so) terabyte range for the first few years, the normal and expected replacement of data center drives with new higher capacity drives *might* have kept pace with users needs for more room (say, another 5, 10, 20 TB every couple years).

    Of course they expected some people to abuse the system. But they couldn’t know how bad it was going to be until they tried. Apparently, it was pretty bad.

  5. Luckily, i’ve pulled all my data off ACD just yesterday. Was considering using it as a secondary backup, but since they plugged the plug on Unlimited, i have already canceled my sub. Waiting for a refund now.

  6. I highly suggest everyone in this thread checkout [Sia](http://sia.tech/) which is a decentralized file storage network.

    $2 / Tb storage cost and $1/ Tb Download bandwidth cost

  7. What other options are there?

    Dropbox buisniss 3 users@ 15€/month=unlimited

    Google Gsuite 5 users@ 8€/month=unlimited

    Google seems like to be the cheapest so far.

  8. Finished uploading a 10TB backup yesterday.

    Looks like I’m moving to backblaze.

  9. I remember when I got a ration of shit here for suggesting Amazon would end up doing this over the abuse and I wasn’t comfortable pushing 10TB+ of data up there. Lots of cries of “Amazon has so many resources it can spend on this, it’ll never happen”


  10. Notice how late they announced this today. 9pm PDT/12am EDT. Smart move to announce this while America goes to bed. If it was announced mid day this post would have over 1k upvotes by now.

  11. What about AWS Glacier? Isn’t that like $4 per TB? Or Google Nearline?

  12. This was inevitable and I’m sure Google is next. It was too good to be true.

    I sure as hell hope Amazon doesn’t fuck with their music storage system as well. They probably won’t considering even the max 250K songs is much less data, and their whole music storage is closely tied in with their streaming service and purchasing mp3s.

  13. Contacted Amazon and received a full refund of my subscription which ends in Dec 2017.

    Existing files will be available for download for 90 days.
    After which files will be deleted.

  14. PRO TIP: You can cancel and get a full refund if you purchased in the last 60 days. If its after that you can get a pro-rated refund.

    View post on imgur.com

    I just cancelled mine tonight and I had over 10TB of data uploaded using Duplicati.

  15. Fucking A… guess the party is over and back to local secondary backups.

  16. Son of a bitch. I just finished a 10TB initial upload using Duplicati. I was actually pretty happy with the setup.

  17. Just noticed this. After the apple keynote mentioned 2tb for 10 a month I thought maybe I’ll try that Amazon unlimited. Righy now my files are a mess tens of thousands of duplicated across 10+ hard drives and cloud services. I am working to remove duplicates and consolidate. (99% of which are photos.)

    Looks like I will now have to decided between 10 a month with Amazon or Apple

    Edit: does unlimited photo storage include raw files?

  18. I think I’m just going to pick up a couple of those 8TB externals from Best Buy and screw the cloud (been burned twice now). Will just keep them in the trunk of my car as my offsite backup. My building gives me a storage locker away from my unit but I’m scared about the whole building going up in flames. My car should be safe though. Very unlikely that my place and car will both be robbed or go up in flames at the at the same time.

  19. Well they might as well shut it down. Nobody will pay for it with those prices lol.

  20. “1) What is changing?
    Amazon is now providing options for customers to choose the storage plan that is right for them. Amazon will no longer offer an unlimited storage plan. Instead, we’ll offer storage plans of 100 GB for $11.99 and 1 TB for $59.99, up to 30 TB for an additional $59.99 per TB. Any customer that signs up for storage with Amazon automatically gets 5 GB for free, and Prime members receive free unlimited photo storage. You can see storage plan rates and find additional information here.”

    No, thanks

  21. great I have been uploading 10TB slowly for months now…

    only option is GSuite seems like

  22. LOL it still says Unlimited storage for photos, documents, and other files everywhere