Received this email from Amazon yesterday:
Your 20 GB + Cloud Player Premium Promotion subscription has ended and you are now limited to 250 imported songs in your Amazon Cloud Player library and 5 GB of free storage in Amazon Cloud Drive. If you would like to review your usage or subscribe to a new plan, visit the Manage Your Cloud Subscriptions (http://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/manage) page.
Hmm, did I ever use this thing? I remember thinking about it…
If your Cloud Player library contained more than 250 imported songs when your subscription expired, you will be unable to access your previously-imported music, but you will still be able to access all of your Amazon MP3 purchases.
That sounds like a bummer.
You are currently using 0.00 GB (emphasis mine) of Cloud Drive storage.
If your Cloud Drive account contains more than 5 GB of files you will be prevented from uploading additional files until you delete enough files to be under the 5 GB limit or subscribe to a storage plan with enough space for your files.
S’ok, I think we’re good.
I received the same email as well, and had the same thoughts. If I recall correctly, my account was updated to the 20GB subscription for free when I bought music a year ago or so. Something about getting free cloud storage to store your purchases (before the Cloud Player). But yeah, shows how much I used it as well.