OneDrive storage goes unlimited for Office 365 customers

OneDrive storage goes unlimited for Office 365 customers
Microsoft has been aggressively promoting its online storage service, OneDrive, over the past several months, and now it has taken the lid of its storage altogether for folks that are Office 365 subscribers.

Starting today, and rolling across the Office 365 subscription base, customers will have unlimited OneDrive storage to back up their content from their computers or mobile devices.

OneDrive integration is fairly straight forward, and there is a native OneDrive mobile app available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, allowing back-up of pictures (even at full resolution over mobile networks), and access to other content courtesy of the mobile Office app, also available across the three mobile platforms.

The increase in storage is starting with subscribers to Office 365 Home, Personal, and University, and will progress over the coming months. If you are an Office 365 for Business subscriber, unlimited OneDrive storage is coming your way beginning in 2015.

Office 365 provides the complete suite of Microsoft Office to your PC, Mac, and mobile devices, installed and updated continuously, via a variety of subscription options. Office 365 Personal starts at $6.99 per-month, or $69.99 per-year, which gives you a license for one computer, and one tablet, plus mobile and online access. The better value is Office 365 Home, which covers up to 5 computers and 5 tablets for $9.99 per-month or $99.99 per-year. Both plans include Skype minutes and collaboration tools. There are also Office 365 plans for college students.

If you are an Office 365 subscriber and do not want to wait for the rollout to come your way over the coming weeks, click on the source link to learn how to get on a priority list for unlimited storage.

source: OneDrive blog



1. Pattyface

Posts: 1658; Member since: Aug 20, 2014

I love onedrive and all the free storage they offer. This is my first choice for cloud storage on my android

2. Casorati

Posts: 13; Member since: Sep 05, 2014

I prefer very much a number to unlimited, for sure there is a limit or can I have a private copy of the 30 petabytes of data produces at cern every year in the cloud for myself?

3. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

so you want limits? good to know

4. LordCaedus

Posts: 85; Member since: Nov 01, 2013

Whatever the limit is, it is more than 10 TB because I got the email for priority activation and they are raising me to that while they get things finalized. Just remember you need Office365 in order to have this.

5. himeshshah

Posts: 15; Member since: Oct 20, 2013

Is there any chance that OneDrive for Business Apps for Blackberry OS10 will be available?

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