Microsoft Increases Free OneDrive Storage To 15GB, Offers 1TB To Office 365 Users

As announced last month, Microsoft has doubled the free storage for OneDrive users to 15GB from 7GB, and Office 365 subscribers will get 1 TB of OneDrive storage up from 20GB. To support this change, Microsoft has added another 10 petabytes of capacity to OneDrive via Microsoft Azure.

New and existing personal OneDrive accounts will come with:

Also, if you just want more storage instead of Office 365 subscription, the new dramatically reduced monthly prices will be $1.99 for 100 GB (previously $7.49) and $3.99 for 200 GB (previously $11.49).

If you haven’t yet signed up for OneDrive, you can learn more and sign up at http://onedrive.com/.

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  • Robert Maftei

    I still got 7 gb…

    • RodHull

      Just checked mine, showing as 1075GB total (365 subscriber, plus a few extras such as camera upload etc).

      • Robert Maftei

        update =>

  • http://scalevate.com/ PoohGQ

    Hey! Do I get credit for this.. I posted a pic on a previous article my Office 365 terabyte.. :p

  • bigachx

    Got the bump today (standard user not 365 member) Awesome!!

  • pfizerdiamonds

    Just got mine. I started with the original 25 GB and then had a few increases. The upgrade in storage is worth the cost of the 365 subscription.

  • Ronaldo

    oh my god, that is a huge bump! i was shocked when i saw my account showing 1075 gb! awesome Microsoft! :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/suren2306 Surendar

    I got it finally i have 15Gb free + 3Gb camera roll

  • Evan

    This is great Microsoft. Thank you!! You just got another customer.