Verizon Cloud Coming to Android

Verizon Wireless is touting its new Verizon Cloud secure storage application, an offering that will allow subscribers to remotely preserve and access everything from text messages to multimedia on their smartphones, tablets, and even desktop computers. “Customers use smartphones as their TVs, cameras, phones and computers, making this saved information extremely important to everyday life,” …   Read More

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Verizon Wireless is touting its new Verizon Cloud secure storage application, an offering that will allow subscribers to remotely preserve and access everything from text messages to multimedia on their smartphones, tablets, and even desktop computers.

“Customers use smartphones as their TVs, cameras, phones and computers, making this saved information extremely important to everyday life,” Verizon announced Tuesday. “When it’s time to upgrade or replace a lost device, what happens to all that content?”

To help protect and save content, Verizon Wireless will begin rolling out Verizon Cloud for smartphones and tablets in the coming weeks.

The offering will be made available for Android users first. iOS, however, will follow “soon” we’re told.

Verizon Cloud provides 125 GB of storage. Customers utilizing Verizon Cloud will receive 500 MB of storage at no monthly charge.

For more information, including pricing data, click here for the Verizon Wireless News Center.

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