OneBigDrive to Break 50 Gigabytes of Free Cloud Storage

Omar Shahine, Principal Group Program Manager, OneDrive at Microsoft, recently announced on the Microsoft Office Blog (https://blog.onedrive.com/new-onedrive-storage-plans/) that Microsoft OneDrive will soon come with 15 gigabytes for free (up from their current 7 gigabytes offering). Microsoft's announcement will enable OneBigDrive's customers to consolidate a minimum of 57 gigabytes of free cloud storage, up from our current offering of 49 gigabytes. In addition to this, the Company is working to integrate additional cloud storage services to reach its target of allowing its customers to manage 100 gigabytes of consolidated cloud storage for only $9.99 per year. Continue reading here.



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