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Your OneDrive just got bigger

We recently announced that we’d be giving you more OneDrive space for everything in your life and work. We have started rolling out the increased storage today, and you should see the additional space reflected in your account soon.

 

New and existing personal OneDrive accounts will come with:

 

 

Also, people who use OneDrive for Business now have a 1 TB quota (up from 25 GB).

 

To provide all this extra storage, we added another 10 petabytes of capacity to OneDrive. Thanks Azure!

 

If you already have OneDrive at home or at work, then you are all set. The changes have automatically been applied to your account. Otherwise, it’s easy to sign up for a free account at onedrive.com.

 


Omar Shahine
Group Program Manager, OneDrive.com

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