Now Anyone Can Get 100 GB of Free OneDrive Storage for Two Years

Posted on February 19, 2015 by Paul Thurrott in OneDrive with 0 Comments

Earlier this month, Microsoft offered a limited time promotion through the Bing Awards program, providing users with an additional 100 GB of free OneDrive storage for two years. There was just one catch: The offer was only available to users in the United States. But now, you can get this offer from anywhere in the world.

I wrote about this offer in my article OneDrive Tip: Get Extra Storage, noting that it was only valid through the end of February 2015. I’m not sure what the expiration is now, but you should move quickly regardless. Because now you can get this free storage anywhere in the world.

How, you ask? Easy: Just sign in to your Microsoft account and then click this link.

You’ll see this storage appear as “Bing bonus” in the Storage UI in OneDrive on the web.



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