Verizon Cloud is a service that wirelessly stores your files in the cloud. Files are encrypted during transfer and stored securely. You can use them anytime on all your devices: phones, computers and tablets.
Verizon Cloud can automatically back up your files, making it easy to upgrade devices and restore files after damage, theft or loss.
You can access your content through the My Verizon website or the Verizon Cloud app on your Apple® iOS device, Android™ device or computer (Windows® or Mac®).
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