Cloud storage is free. Yep, free - though it's not unlimited storage. The Blink website says you receive 7,200 seconds of storage before new footage records over the old stuff.
2-way audio - Talk to visitors through the Blink app on your smartphone or tablet. Customizable motion detection - Use activity zones to choose where motion is detected so you receive the alerts that matter. Free cloud storage - Keep hundreds of clips stored up to a year with no monthly fees or service contract required.
Once you create your blink, copy it to your clipboard or save the blink ID, this is where your message is temporarily stored. Share your blink across any platform on the internet (it will be destroyed once viewed). Also, you can send blinks via SMS!
Blink's server provides each system storage for up to 7,200 total seconds of video (or 1,440 five-second events). If you reach your storage limit, your oldest alert clips will be overwritten by the newest.
Blink doesn't charge any data fees to store your footage in the cloud, but it only lets you store up to two hours. That's not very much— Arlo and Nest Cam both offer more—but depending on how much activity takes place in your home, you may be content with this amount.
There's no local storage available, either in the Blink camera or in the Sync Module, and each clip is uploaded to Blink's servers. Storage is free, but each Blink system gets only 7,200 seconds'