Right now, Amazon is saying "Take that, Apple and Google!" As many of you may know, Apple may have their cloud-based iTunes (iCloud, or whatever they call it) soon. Google has their Music Beta and some users can already begin uploading their music collection to Google's cloud.
However, Amazon came up with a plan of attack. See, Amazon is offering a year-long trial of 20GB storage when someone purchases a full MP3 album from their store. This typically means that a user must pay about $10 if they want to get 20GB rather than being limited to the free 5GB that Amazon is offering.
This means you can purchase Lady Gaga's Born This Way for 99-cents on Amazon and you will have 20GB of cloud storage for a year. We tested it out just to make sure, and we can confirm that it works. This is the email received from Amazon shortly after purchasing the 99-cent album.
Here's a close-up of that top-left corner:
20GB for a year. Thanks, Lady Gaga.
Please, make sure you get the full album, not the single. Otherwise, you will not get the cloud storage. As Amazon terms say, you must purchase a full album at one time: Link