TRAVEL TECH | Microsoft is amping up the free storage in its OneDrive online service and slashing the cost of adding extra cloud capacity.
Entry-level OneDrive accounts – the free ones available to anybody who cares ot sign up – will more than double from 7GB to 15GB
If that's not enough, you'll be able to buy additional blocks of 100GB and 200GB of OneDrive space for a fraction of the former price – 100GB now costs A$2 per month, down from $9/month, while 200GB drops to A$4/month from A$14/month.
Office 365 subscribers will also see a boost in their OneDrive accounts, rocketing from 20GB to a hefty 1TB.
These 'software as a service' accounts, which include the use of Microsoft's Office for iPad apps, kick off from A$9/month for Office 365 personal and A$12/month for Office 365 Home.
All of these OneDrive updates will kick in throughout July. - ok
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