Verizon Cloud launched recently for iOS and additional Android devices including the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC’s DROID DNA. The carrier broke the news on its official website, updating an earlier post announcing the new service.
The cloud service is available to Verizon subscribers with supported handsets, which now includes all Apple products and most Android devices, and is being offered on a tiered price scale. Verizon customers now have access to 500MB of free cloud storage. $2.99 per month gets you 25GB of storage, $5.99 per month gets you 75GB and 125GB is available for $9.99 per month.
Verizon Cloud can store text messages, call logs, contacts, music, multimedia and other files. The service is also intended to help make the transition between devices easier by seamlessy transferring information from your old handset to your new one.