Solve This Puzzle To Get A Chance To Win 100 GB Free OneDrive Storage From Microsoft

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OneDrive Puzzle

Earlier today, we reported that Microsoft is planning to give 100,000 people 100 GB of free storage for 1 year on OneDrive. OneDrive’s Twitter account will give clues about other details on how to take part in this giveaway, etc,. Now, OneDrive Twitter account has tweeted the above puzzle with following information. You need to solve the puzzle for details.

OneDrive Puzzle 1

To celebrate the official launch of OneDrive, today we will also give 100,000 people 100 GB of free storage for 1 year. That’s 10 PB of free storage—enough storage space for a photo of everyone on the planet. If you want to be one of those 100,000, keep an eye on @OneDrive for clues.

#OneDrive is here, as is your chance to win 100 GB FREE storage. Solve the puzzle for details http://bit.ly/O5Yqex pic.twitter.com/ciNyiyp4gd

Update: Use http://OneDrive.com  now and get 100GB bonus storage for a year for free

 

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  • EU citizen

    and get a chance to lose 100GB worth of data after a year. yay!

    • S_A_R_K_I_S

      very true, what’s the point.

    • Prayaas

      You don’t lose it. It stays there, you just can’t edit or add more. It stays till you’ve downloaded it and you delete it.

  • S_A_R_K_I_S

    Just give your loyal 100,000 customers from DAY ONE 100GB.

  • Brian

    I’ll pass

  • Lucas

    Are you sure it’s for a year. BEcause it doesn’t specify. And 100gb for a lifetime seems like a good deal.

  • Lucas

    Are you sure it’s for a year. BEcause it doesn’t specify. And 100gb for a lifetime seems like a good deal.

  • http://www.marketmentat.com/ Kratoklastes

    Who on earth has 100Gb of stuff they want MSFT to hand over to the NSA? I suppose you could use it to store the hundreds of megs of updates that you have to download every.single.month as a result of Microsludge releasing their bloatware before it’s properly finished to a standard that can withstand the average Russian 15 year old.

    • NGM123

      Some peoples glasses are half full and the others half empty, you definitely qualify for the latter. What an ungrateful fkn whinger.

      • http://www.marketmentat.com/ Kratoklastes

        When you finish primary school and understand what it means to have the world’s most prevalent OS being fundamentally insecure, you might be able to drag your retarded head out of your ass.

        Also – retard – nobody is obliged to be ‘grateful’ to Microsoft: folks PAY for their insecure bloatware – and have no recourse when they discover their credit card numbers or login details on Pastebin as a result of MSFT rushing half-finished product out the door.

        Do you seriously think you’re getting this shit for NOTHING? If you seriously think that, you should sign up for the short bus.

        I have no machines with MSFT dreck on it – I run some VMs (like the one I’m writing in now) on a *nix box because I have to deal with folks who can’t work outside MSOffice. But for the machines that I do my work on… Linux all the way.

        • NGM123

          Obviously its more than just your glass that is half empty. What a sad little man.