OneDrive new storage plan lets you upgrade up to 2TB

OneDrive now includes an option to upgrade your cloud storage up to 2TB, but it'll cost you another $9.99 per month.

OneDrive 2TB storage plan
OneDrive 2TB storage plan

Microsoft is introducing new OneDrive plans that will allow you snag up to 2TB of cloud storage. Although Office 365 subscribers already received 1TB of storage, the company is now letting anyone increase their storage in 200GB increments for an additional $1.99 per month, going up for another full terabyte for $9.99 per month.

Under this new pricing plan for OneDrive, you only pay for the space that you need, and you can increase or decrease, or cancel the storage plan at any time.

According to Microsoft (via Neowin), the new option to increase the OneDrive storage up to 2TB is available now for Office 365 subscribers, but only for the primary account holder. If you have an Office 365 Home subscription, then the other users sharing the account will still be limited to 1TB.

The new storage plans can be purchased from the Microsoft Store using these links:

  • 200GB of space for $1.99/month.
  • 400GB of space for $3.99/month.
  • 600GB of space for $5.99/month.
  • 800GB of space for $7.99/month.
  • 1TB of space for $9.99/month.

In addition, if you don’t have an Office 365 subscription, Microsoft is also increasing the 50GB storage plan to 100GB for the same $1.99 per month.

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