Microsoft has raised the roof on its OneDrive storage again. The company announced today that if you have an Office 365 subscription, you will get unlimited storage (up from 1TB limit) option from OneDrive. The upgraded storage plan is available for both consumer and business Office 365 subscribers. Also Read - Windows 11 could be a free upgrade for you provided you fall in this category
The latest plans revision comes months after Microsoft increased OneDrive limit for Office 365 business accounts from 20GB to 1TB. This also puts Microsoft in a better competing position against Box, which earlier this offered unlimited storage to its enterprise-tier customers at the $35 per user per month plan. Earlier this month, Google too announced that it is offering unlimited storage to students. Dropbox, on the other hand still charges $9.99 a month for 1TB. Also Read - Nintendo Direct E3 2021: Metroid Dread, Mario Party Superstars, a new Legend of Zelda and more
“While unlimited storage is another important milestone for OneDrive we believe the true value of cloud storage is only realized when it is tightly integrated with the tools people use to communicate, create, and collaborate, both personally and professionally. That is why unlimited storage is just one small part of our broader promise to deliver a single experience across work and life that helps people store, sync, share, and collaborate on all the files that are important to them, all while meeting the security and compliance needs of even the most stringent organizations.”, company writes in a blogpost. Also Read - Windows 11 leaked online: Centralised start menu, revamped UI, new widgets, here's what to expect
The deal looks more lucrative since Office 365 subscription starts at only $65 per consumer. At this price point, Microsoft is officially offering the best package compared to all its competitors.