Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

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Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

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iPhone and iPad owners can now use Verizon Cloud to back up key information from their devices.

The cloud-based system debuted late last month for Verizon subscribers using specific Android devices. But as of yesterday, an app is now available for iOS users.

Owners of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and HTC’s Droid DNA can also now access Verizon Cloud through its Android app via Google Play. Verizon provides a full list of compatible devices via the Check your Device button on its Verizon Cloud Web site.

Before you can tap into the app, you first need to sign up for Verizon Cloud access at the Web site. You can choose among four different plans: 500MB for free, 25GB for $2.99 per month, 75GB for $5.99 per month, or 125GB for $9.99 per month.

After your account is active, you can trigger the app on your device. Verizon Cloud offers Verizon customers their own private online storage with several features.

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Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

 

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

 

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

 

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

 

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

Verizon Cloud adds online storage for iOS devices

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