How do I get an Amazon account for free?
This is not a question that comes up often.
But it does, and Amazon is offering up a number of free accounts for a couple hundred bucks.
This includes the Amazon S3 bucket, a one-year free account, and a yearly account that offers free storage.
These accounts are all on Amazon.com, and the prices vary according to the account type.
If you’re an Amazon reseller, you can also get a free account that will let you access the AWS API, which allows you to upload files and access data across your AWS environment.
Here’s a quick run-down of the accounts.
The S3 buckets are all paid for.
You can get a one year free account for a few hundred dollars, and if you’ve got a family member that has an Amazon S5 account, you get two years free.
The first account lets you upload files from your S3.
The second lets you access S3 data from any S3 device.
The free account has an annual fee, but the $20 price is a nice deal for a two-year subscription.
The other account lets users upload and view files from their Amazon CloudFront storage account.
This account is for family members that have an Amazon Cloudfront account, but it has no annual fee.
Both accounts are on Amazon, and you can use them for your own personal use.