If you were under the impression you owned the music you have stored on Amazon's Music Storage Service, Mr. Bezos would like to remind you that you rent, and that you now have an eviction notice. On April 29th, not only will you not be able to create a new account on this service, you will not be able to renew an existing account and once it expires all your music shall join the toasters in silicon heaven. If you log into your account and locate the "keep my music" option, clicking it will give you until January 2019 to move your music before it evaporates. The Register notes that both Prime Music and Music Unlimited will remain active, it is only the Music Storage Service which is being discontinued.
"Amazon says subscribers to its moribund Music Storage Service have 30 days to claim any song files they have stored on the service or lose them forever."
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