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Office 365 customers now get unlimited OneDrive storage

This is an offer you can resist. Recently Microsoft upgraded Office 365 customers to a stunning 1TB of OneDrive storage, but it seems that this wasn’t enough and this week the company announced that both consumer and business Office 365 users are getting unlimited OneDrive storage.

This is a huge news and a highly attractive offer, now users have another great reason to get into Office 365, for as low as $65 (depending on the subscription type and shopping around the web), the most popular Office apps and all the storage you can eat at no extra cost.

This is a slap in face to competitors like Dropbox that offers only 1TB of cloud storage for $9.99 and without Office.

For the money, you can’t ask for more, now you easily forget about running out of space or worrying that your new device does not have enough storage, as OneDrive can be accessed from pretty much every platform: Windows, Apple, Google, and Linux. Also remember that Microsoft also has lifted the upload file limitation and you can now upload up to 10GB files. In other words, OneDrive is now ready to replace your hard drive.

Keep in mind that the unlimited storage is only for paid customers, free accounts still capped to 15GB. However, the company still offering an extra 15GB for those who activate automatic image backup to Camera roll (offers end October 31, 2014).

Source Microsoft

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