Amazon is removing the Parler social media service from its web servicers, BuzzFeed News reported Saturday night.
If Parler cannot find another hosting service once the ban takes effect Sunday, Parler will go offline, Buzzfeed reported.
The news comes after Apple and Google Play removed the app from their stores.
Parler has been used increasingly by conservatives amid what they see as increasing censorship by Twitter. Twitter permanently banned President Donald Trump on Friday for tweets it said violated its rules of inciting violence.
Conservatives have said the ban is a stifling of free speech.
Amazon has suspended Parler from its Amazon Web Services (AWS) unit, for violating AWS's terms of services by failing to effectively deal with a steady increase in violent content on the social networking service.
AWS did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment.
AWS plans to suspend Parler's account effective Sunday, at 11:59 p.m. PST, according to an email by an AWS Trust and Safety team to Parler seen by BuzzFeed.
Matze, in a post on Parler responding to the Apple suspension, said, "They claim it is due to violence on the platform. The community disagrees as we hit number 1 on their store today," Matze said in a post on Parler.
"More details about our next plans coming soon as we have many options," Matze said.
In addition to Parler, right-leaning social media users in the United States have flocked to messaging app Telegram and hands-off social site Gab, citing the more aggressive policing of political comments on mainstream platforms such as Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc.
Google, in its announcement Friday that it was suspending Parler, said that Parler must demonstrate "robust" content moderation if it wants to get back in the store.
Reuters contributed to this report.
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