Amazon Prime members get unlimited photo storage and 5 GB of storage for videos, document, and other files in Amazon Drive and Prime Photos.
Amazon Prime members get unlimited photo storage and 5 GB of storage for videos, document, and other files for themselves and up to 5 additional people through the Family Vault.
The Family Vault lets Amazon Prime members set up a photo collection archive so multiple users can easily contribute photos and videos in once place. Upload and access your photos, videos, documents, and other files through the Prime Photos and Amazon Drive apps, and through an internet browser on your computer. In order to share the Prime Photos benefit with a member of your household, you must invite them to your Family Vault.
With an eligible Amazon Prime membership, you receive storage for all of your photos, as well as an additional 5 GB for personal video and document storage. You can use the Amazon Drive and Prime Photo mobile apps to upload and access your photos or other files, plus you can securely access your files from any connected computer.
For more information about Amazon Prime, go to About Amazon Prime.
If you cancel or do not renew your Amazon Prime membership, the unlimited photo storage benefit associated with the membership ends. All uploaded photos count toward your Amazon Drive storage limit. If the amount you have stored exceeds your available storage limit , you can select another storage plan from your Manage Storage page. For more information about your Amazon Drive storage limits and subscription options, go to About Amazon Drive Storage Limits.
For more information about the Amazon Drive Storage Plans, go to Manage Your Amazon Drive Storage Plan.
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