Microsoft Office 365 and OneDrive users will notice their storage limits jump up to several hundred gigabytes in the next couple of days. The announcement, made last month, was shortly followed by a similar jump in storage by Google Drive.
OneDrive users will receive more than double the amount of free storage – from 7GB to 15GB. OneDrive for Business will increase from 25GB to 1TB. Office 365 subscriptions will jump to 1 terabyte (approx. 1,000GB) per user, up from 20GB, including Office 365 Personal, Office 365 Home and education accounts.
Reductions in storage prices will also come into effect from today. The monthly cost of 100GB storage on Microsoft OneDrive will drop from$8.99 to $2, and 200GB will come down from $13.99 to $4.