Thursday, February 19, 2015

Free 100GB OneDrive Storage Account for 2 Years (Worldwide)

SkyDrive free 100gb
Free 100GB Backup Storage
A few weeks ago, Microsoft started offering US consumers 100GB of free storage space on OneDrive (formerly called Sky Drive). While that offer was limited to US visitors, now everyone can enjoy the offer, regardless of your location. Microsoft is offering the free storage space for a limited time and it will last for 2 years, after which you can either upgrade (paid membership) or downgrade to the free 15gb provided for life by Microsoft.

To get started, follow these simple steps:

  1. Register for an account with Microsoft/OneDrive
  2. Register for a Dropbox account if you don't already have one
  3. Access the promotion page, which is available to all users - International and US
  4. Click the verify button on the page and let OneDrive access your dropbox (it'll place a get started with Onedrive PDF in your dropbox, which you can of course delete later).
  5. You should now have 100GB of space and you can confirm it by looking at the storage space indicator on your account!

Enjoy :)

Update: Changed the links, originally there was a workaround for Bing Rewards provided which gave a 2 year life span for all storage space added, but the new Dropbox promotion is limited to just 1 year!

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