Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Verizon Cloud Introduced & Released
Verizon is now entering the cloud storage market. Even though there are, many services (Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, etc.) that provide cloud storage it did not stop Verizon. Therefore, Verizon has released Verizon Cloud for smartphones & tablets. Verizon is providing 500MB of free storage so users can store text messages, call logs, contacts, music, and other files.
For many the free storage is not enough so Verizon is offering monthly plans of $2.99 a month for a 25GB plan to $9.99 for 125GB. Prices are comparable to what others are offering however, it is more expensive than what iCloud offers additional storage space if needed (10 additional GB for $20/year, 20 additional GB for $40/year, etc.
Currently only Android mobile devices are supported but Verizon, vows that iOS support will follow very soon. But if you are interested in using this service now you can access your Verizon Cloud content through the web interface or on your desktop or laptop running OS X, Windows, or Linux.
Verizon Cloud is everything you would expect from a cloud storage service. It provides many of the same features and options you see today. There are a couple of features that make this service unique. It allows you to store phone data like contacts, text messages, and call logs. I believe that competition is great for consumers so the more the merrier. I however already pay for storage space somewhere else so I cannot see myself switching to these prices. If you are interested, learn more about Verizon Cloud at Verizon.com.