Microsoft OneDrive free 15 GB storage will end today
Microsoft announced in the November 2015 that the company will reduce free storage limit of OneDrive. Company was offering 15 GB of free storage of Microsoft OneDrive. If you are an old user of Microsoft OneDrive and have 15GB of free space then it would be reduced to only 5 GB. But Microsoft allowed existing OneDrive users to retain their free 15 GB of OneDrive storage. The offer is ending on 31st January 2016 at 11:59:59 PM GMT. This is a friendly reminder for you to retain your free storage of 15 GB. If you forget to claim your free OneDrive storage, make sure to claim it from here. Microsoft said about the offer:
You’re an important part of what we do, and we want to make sure you know that. That’s why we’re making it possible for you to keep your base storage quota and camera roll bonus, even after the changes roll out.
The Microsoft OneDrive free storage will include the 15GB plus the 15GB bonus for activating the camera roll features of OneDrive. If you are using the camera app on Android, iOS or Windows Phone then just login again. Microsoft also plans to offer Office 365 Personal subscriptions to any OneDrive user that is using more than 5GB of free space. The free subscriptions will last for one year. In free subscription you will get 1TB of space. So Claim your 15 GB of space: click here