With recent OneDrive upgrades of 15GB free storage and an increased file size upload of 10GB, could cloud…
With recent OneDrive upgrades of 15GB free storage and an increased file size upload of 10GB, could cloud storage get any better? Of course it can. Massively!
If you already have an Office 365 subscription, you may have noticed that several months ago, your storage capacity was recently upgraded to 1-terabyte for free.
For most people, 1 TB is plenty, but the OneDrive team has gone a step further and started rolling out unlimited storage to current and new Office 365 subscribers.
Not just 1 TB, or even 5 TB, but more, much more–as much as you need, in fact. For as little as $6.99 a month, you’ll soon have unlimited OneDrive storage.
If you’re not yet an Office 365 subscriber, check out some of these plans:
- Office 365 Personal: for one PC or Mac and one tablet – $6.99 per month
- Office 365 Home: for five PCs or Macs and five tablets – $9.99 per month
- Office 365 University: for up to two PCs or Macs and two tablets – $79.99 for four years
Of course, all of this OneDrive storage means that you can save everything you want in one place and access it from anywhere you have an Internet connection.
OneDrive is built right into the Windows Phone operating system, giving you access to all your Microsoft Office documents right on your smartphone.
Check out the OneDrive blog for more details.
Are you an Office 365 subscriber? Looking forward to all this extra storage? How will you use it? Let us know below.