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Microsoft offers more OneDrive storage free with increase to 15GB

Microsoft has reduced the cost of OneCloud storage significantly and offers over twice as much storage for free
By: Shane McGlaun | Storage News | Posted: Jun 24, 2014 11:00 am

If you are a user of Microsoft's cloud storage service called OneDrive, Microsoft has some good news for you. That good news is more storage at no cost, and lots more storage for Office 365 users. Those who are signed up for a OneDrive account, and those who register for a new OneDrive account with their Microsoft account will now get 15GB of free storage.




Microsoft previously offered 7GB of storage at no cost. If you have an Office 365 subscription, you can get 1TB of free cloud storage at no additional cost. That Office 365 subscription costs $99 per year and gives you access to Office productivity software like Word and others.


If you don't want an Office 365 subscription and you need more than 15GB of storage, you can buy 100 GB of storage for $1.99 per month. Microsoft previously charged $7.49 monthly for 100GB of storage. Buyers can also get 200GB for $3.99 monthly.


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