Microsoft Offering 15GB OneDrive for Free, 1TB for Office 365 Subscribers

Microsoft has today announced in an official OneDrive blog post that the company will increase the free cloud storage quota to 15 GB up from 7GB, while all OneDrive subscribers will receive a whopping 1TB with their subscription up from the previous 20GB, starting next month. The company is also reducing monthly storage subscription fees for users who don’t want Office to $1.99/month for 100GB from $7.49/month.

1TB OneDrive O365

According to Microsoft, the pricing updates will take effect in July, and current subscribers will automatically be moved to the new prices. The company has also announced that Office 365 Home users, paying $9.99 per month, will get 1 TB per person for up to five people, Office 365 Personal subscribers, paying $6.99 a month, will get 1 TB per subscription, as will Office 365 University, who pay $79.99 for four years.

“With OneDrive, we want to give you one place for all of your stuff: your photos, videos, documents and other files. Of course, to do this, we need to make sure you actually have enough storage space for everything, particularly given that the amount of content everyone has is growing by leaps and bounds.

We want to provide a complete experience that brings in the power of Office and lets you do more with everything you put in your OneDrive — whether it’s sharing your favorite photos with the people you care about in one simple click or working together in real time on an important project.”

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

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  • GoGordo

    Great! Now if they could bring back free domain hosting for email accounts, at least for Office 365 subscribers, that would cap it off, and I could quit looking sideways at Google.

  • Anon

    Actually, domain hosting (for email) still remains available for free with Office 365 subscribers. They are only removing it from free outlook accounts.

  • einsteinbqat

    Dropbox should have let Apple buy them! Too late!