Amazon’s cloud services division is halting fees it has long charged customers that switch to a rival provider — following in the steps of Google, which recently announced it was ending the practice. From a report: Amazon Web Services will no longer charge customers who want to extract all of their data from the company’s servers and move them to another service, AWS Vice President Robert Kennedy said in a blog post on Tuesday. “Beginning today, customers globally are now entitled to free data transfers out to the internet if they want to move to another IT provider,” Kennedy said.

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