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Have you backed up your photos lately? Either way, it’s a good time to sign up for Verizon Cloud, which gives you unlimited storage on the go and at home.

Most people don’t have a backup solution for files on their phone, tablet or computer. And if you haven’t already found out the hard way, losing videos and photos can be devastating. (You know those timeless visual keepsakes of adorable puppies, romantic date nights, and your favorite babies’ remarkable first steps? Exactly. You should keep those around.)

Verizon Cloud is your unlimited, one-stop-shop storage solution for the files on your phones, laptops and tablets – with continuous backup for an unlimited number of compatible devices. Plus, you can share your unlimited plan with up to four additional people, and there’s no need to pay for multiple storage accounts. And the Verizon Cloud app makes it all a seamless experience.

And here’s why now may be the best time to sign up: Right now, if you refer Verizon Cloud to your friends, you’ll get a one-time $10 credit for each friend who activates their own new Cloud subscription. You could earn up to $100 off your Verizon bill per year by successfully referring up to 10 friends! Just go to the App, click on the Menu, then the “Refer A Friend” section to get started. You can find additional Verizon Cloud information by clicking here.

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