Microsoft is offering unlimited storage space on it’s cloud service OneDrive, for all subscribers of Office 365.
This is not the first promotional offer from the Company for OneDrive.
Earlier this year, Microsoft began offering 15GB of cloud storage for free, for all users, and a further 3GB free, for enabling Camera uploads in the OneDrive app on your mobile phone. At that time, it had announced that all Office 365 subscribers would be getting 1TB of storage space for free. But now the storage cap has been removed for the paying customers of Office 365.
Currently the offer is rolling out to Home, Personal, and University subscribers of Office 365, and will be available to all subscribers soon. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you may choose to do so from this webpage. Unlimited OneDrive storage and Office starts from as low as $6.99/month.
OneDrive for Business customers will be getting unlimited storage, beginning in 2015.