Amazon is planning to retire its Music storage subscription service, the plan that enabled Amazon customers to upload their own music to the company’s servers. From a report: Amazon Music Storage subscription plans, which let users upload music from their Mac or PC and stream them alongside the in-app on-demand and radio options, will be accepted until Jan. 15, 2018. Then, the service will run until January 2019, when it will be removed entirely. As of Monday this week, free plans — which allow for 250 songs to be stored in the cloud — are no longer able to upload new music to their MP3 locker.
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