Microsoft has just made another interesting move in the cloud storage wars. The company announced today that all Office 365 subscribers will receive unlimited OneDrive storage at no additional charge.
The cloud storage will be made available to Office 365 Home, Personal, and University users. So, for as little as $6.99 per month, users can receive unlimited cloud storage and access to Office on a Mac, PC, and via the iPhone and iPad apps.
The unlimited storage feature will roll out to Office 365 subscribers starting today and will continue over the coming months. If you’d like to get your name at the front of the line, go ahead and sign up at this link.
If you’re looking for a cloud storage service, Microsoft’s new deal looks spectacular. For comparison, Dropbox offers 1TB of storage for $9.99 per month, and that doesn’t include access to the Office suite.
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