Microsoft seems to be getting to the wall now as they’ve reversed their OneDrive free storage from its initial 15Gigabyte down to 5Gigabytr. Although its being announcer since December that this would be operational better still, reconsidering this was just impossible for the company as free space had gotten reduced. But still, the unlimited storage piece is still being removed and today becomes that day for the reduction of the 15 Gigabyte. Anything after is 5 Gigabyte.
If you forgot to claim it back in December, you can opt-in to save your free storage over at Microsoft’s special OneDrive site by the end of today.
Now if you’ve ever used the free storage on your Android, IOS, or Windows Phone (As in used the OneDrive mobile application) then the free storage will include the 15Gigabyte and the other 15Gigabyte bonus for activating the Cameral roll feature of the OneDrive cloud storage.
Microsoft now plans to offer Office 365 personal subscription to any OneDrive User that uses more than the 5Gigabyte free space allocation. This free subscription would end after a year which would provide a space nearing one (1TB) Terabytes during those periods of the subscription.