Amazon Enters Photo-Printing Business, with Prints Starting at 9 Cents Each
Giant online retailer Amazon has officially entered the photo-printing business with a new service that’s available to Amazon Prime members, and customers of Amazon Drive cloud-based storage services. Users will only be able to print photos stored on Amazon Drive, and the service is only available to U.S., customers who use the Amazon Drive or Prime Photos services.
Under the program, prices for photos start at $0.09 for 4″x6″ color prints. Also available are custom photo books starting at $19.99, and double-sided cards starting at $0.75, with wall-mounted photo calendars becoming available soon. All products are available with free shipping on orders over $15.00. For a limited time, new customers can also receive 50 free 4″ x 6″ prints.
Amazon also recently discontinued its Unlimited Photos storage plan. The Unlimited Photos storage plan had previously been available for $12 a year, but is no longer available at the Amazon Web site. Instead, Amazon has asked customers who’ve paid for it to sign up for Amazon’s unlimited storage plan, which costs $60 annually.
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