Microsoft on Monday announced that it will be eliminating its top-tier cloud storage plan and offering unlimited cloud storage to Office 365 subscribers at no additional cost. The change will begin rolling out today for Office 365 Home, Personal and University customers and will continue over the coming months. Microsoft has added a new landing page where you can sign in and add yourself to the list to be one of the first to receive unlimited cloud storage.
Microsoft is removing its OneDrive storage limits for Office 365 subscribers. If you’re an Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscriber then OneDrive storage will be unlimited in the coming months as Microsoft rolls out its changes to every account. OneDrive for Business customers will also get unlimited storage as part of Microsoft’s Office 365 roadmap. While Microsoft’s unlimited OneDrive storage is rolling out to all Office 365 accounts in the coming months, you can opt-in to be upgraded early over at Microsoft’s OneDrive preview site. The surprise move comes just months after Microsoft gifted 1TB of OneDrive space to Office 365 subscribers. At the time Microsoft also doubled its free space and aimed to beat competition from Google and Dropbox to widen the storage gap.