How to Get 100GB More Microsoft OneDrive Storage For Free

Posted by RecomHub on February 20, 2015

OneDrive is a cloud service offered by Microsoft, where the service used to be called SkyDrive. OneDrive platform is for sharing and editing Office files using the free Office Online web apps. It has cross platform abilities similar to many of the large cloud service providers and is available in 107 languages. A negative part about OneDrive is that there is a limit of 2GB per file size that you can send at a time. Microsoft OneDrive offers a free 15GB of storage when first signing up. Recommended: Best Dropbox Alternatives

For those who need more than 15GB of cloud storage, Microsoft is now offering free 100GB of OneDrive storage for two years. The following are the instructions you need to follow so you can get the extra 100GB of OneDrive space for free. Suggested: How to get more Google Drive storage for free



How to Get Microsoft OneDrive For Free: 

  1. Go to the Microsoft promotion page here.
  2. Sign in to your Microsoft account. New users can also create a new account and then go back to the previous page.
  3. Microsoft will then want permission to access OneDrive for your email address, profile info and contact list.
  4. Then select the ‘Yes’ button to continue.




Once the process is complete, Microsoft will show a message saying “Your storage was increased successfully! You now have an additional 100GB of Storage for 2 years on your OneDrive account.”

There has been some reports that the first link provided doesn’t work for everyone across the world, so try visiting this worldwide link and sign in using your Microsoft Account.








Source: [ The Verge ]




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