Verizon Cloud is a cloud storage service offered by Verizon Wireless, a US-based telecommunications company. The data storage service allows users to backup and sync their contacts, pictures, videos, music, documents, messages and call logs between multiple devices.
Verizon announced the launch of Verizon cloud on in April 29, 2013. In October 2013, Verizon said that its cloud customers will have 5 GB storage at free of cost. As of January 2018, 500 GB storage will cost you $5 per month, while 1 TB storage costs $9.99 per month.
Verizon Cloud users can access their content through Verizon cloud website or through Verizon Cloud app. Since the data is stored in the cloud, users need not worry about losing their contacts or files if they damage or lose their device.
Verizon Cloud: Pricing
Verizon offers 30 days free trial of 500 GB storage for customers. After the trial period, you will have to pay $5 every month. 1 Tb storage, which is available for
500 GB storage is offered free for Verizon’s above unlimited mobile data plan subscribers.
In comparison, Dropbox Basic Plan offers 2 GB of free storage, while Dropbox Plus subscription costs $8.25/month for 1 TB space. Google One, Google’s cloud storage service offers 15 GB storage for free, 100GB for $1.99, 200GB for $2.99, and 2TB for $9.99 per month.
Verizon Cloud: Access
Browser: Users can access Verizon Cloud by visiting Verizon Cloud Website through their browser. You can manually select and upload files and folders to Verizon cloud from any device with an internet connection. Once the files are uploaded to the cloud, users can access, organize and stream their content online.
Mobile: Verizon Cloud supports Android and iOS devices. Users must download Verizon cloud app to their mobile device to access their content directly through the app.
Sync: Since Verizon Cloud is a cloud storage service, file synchronization is possible, which allows users to update files from one device and immediately view the updated file on other devices
Contacts: Verizon automatically syncs contacts at regularly scheduled intervals.
Verizon Cloud: What happens when you cancel subscription
When you cancel your Verizon Cloud subscription you will no longer have access to the service, which means you don’t have any access to your cloud-stored data.
If you are going to cancel your Verizon Cloud subscription then you must first download all your files to your local device or move them to another cloud storage service.
Verizon will keep your content for 30 days after you cancel your Verizon Cloud subscription. If you subscribe to Verizon Cloud again within 30 days of cancellation, you can call their customer service to restore your old content.
Verizon Cloud: Set Up
To activate Verizon Cloud subscription users must first log into their Verizon Account and accept the terms of services.
Please visit Verizon’s Simulator Index page, select your device from the list to get visual instructions on how to use Verizon Cloud. After opening the simulator click on Verizon Cloud section for details.