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Posted by: thaiga
« on: February 21, 2015, 12:21:51 PM »

100GB free OneDrive storage could be yours, and you don't even have to switch

It's no secret that Microsoft wants to gather cloud storage users to OneDrive, so the fact it's trying to lure Dropbox users over with free storage might not surprise you. However, the amount that's being offered may make your eyes pop a little more - a whopping 100GB.

It's a no-strings-attached deal, providing you're already a Dropbox user, and there's no obligation to leave Dropbox or migrate any of your data over. The only catch is the 100GB extra storage is only free for one year, after that, you'll either need to downgrade and ditch it, or pony-up £1.99 per month.