Google announced a new hosting plan in May that gives you up to 12 months to move up to the next level of hosting.
Amazon says it’s also making this available to customers who sign up for a free trial period.
You can read more about it here.
In the short term, you’ll be able to sign up to Amazon Web Services for $10 a month for up to 120 GB of storage and access to Amazon’s cloud storage service, Amazon Glacier.
But in the long run, you can sign up with an Amazon hosting account for $100 a month, which gives you the same storage and availability that you’ll get from Amazon Glacier for $20 a month.
This deal comes with an extra $30 credit for the first month, so you’ll have the full $120 for the next 12 months.
For the Amazon Web hosting account, you have to be a new customer to qualify for the bonus.
Amazon also offers a free 10 GB storage trial for a limited time.
But if you’ve already signed up for the free trial, you won’t be eligible for the new price.
Amazon offers its Web Hoster Cloud plan for $40 per month, or $60 a year.
That gives you 10 GB of free storage, up to 100 GB of on-premises storage, and access the Amazon Glacier service.
If you’ve never signed up, this is a good option.
But the plan doesn’t include cloud storage, so if you don’t need that, you might want to go with an account with a more dedicated storage tier.
The company has been rolling out new products and services for the past few years, and these new features are a big step forward.
The cloud is always evolving, but Amazon’s continued push to offer new features and services has made the service more relevant.