Redmond, Wash. – Customers who subscribe to Microsoft’s Office 365 software will soon discover their OneDrive Cloud storage has been upgraded to unlimited space at no additional cost.
Microsoft said the bonus will be implemented over the next few months to subscribers of the Home, Personal and University editions. Users can also speed up the process at Microsoft's preview site.
Users subscribed to Office 365 Business edition will begin to receive the update in early 2015, but still have access to the current 1TB storage level.
New customers can explore the value-added offering at Office365.com for more information. Unlimited OneDrive storage and Office plans start from $6.99 per month.
Microsoft’s OneCloud office follows a trend in reduced prices for greater Cloud storage capacities among PC and software vendors.
Earlier Google reduced the fee for its GoogleCloud services to $1.99 per month for 100GB and $9.99 per month for 1TB.