Microsoft has doubled OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) could-based storage from 7 gigabytes to 15 gigabytes.
If you’re a regular, non-paying user of Microsoft’s cloud-based storage system Onedrive, then your storage capacity has been doubled. Don’t worry, there’s no catch.
Along with this upgrade for free users, Microsoft has upped the storage capacity for paying users too.
If you have an Office 365 subscription, you now have a whole 1 terabyte of cloud storage. If you don’t have an Office 365 subscription, then you can pay $1.99 per month for 100 gigabytes of storage or $3.99 per month for 200 gigabytes of storage.
These are spectacular deals compared to Dropbox’s free storage (2 gigabytes) and Google Drive’s free storage (5 gigabytes). It seems Microsoft is taking a step in the right direction in competitive cloud-storage market.
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