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Microsoft's OneDrive is now active, features monthly storage plans

Microsoft SkyDrive is dead, replaced with OneDrive which is now offering monthly storage plans for cloud-based backups (NASDAQ:MSFT)

| Cloud Computing News | Posted: Feb 19, 2014 9:35 am

Microsoft has just made a big change to its cloud storage service, where it has changed its name from SkyDrive to OneDrive. This is something that has gone into effect today.

 

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The software giant has also updated its Android app, which now features automatic camera backups that will see your precious moments automatically uploaded to your OneDrive account. Microsoft is also rolling out monthly storage plans, which start at $4.49 per month for 50GB, ranging up to $11.49 per month for 200GB.

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