OneDrive - Now Supports Files up to 10GB in Size with 15GB Storage for Free
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OneDrive - Now Supports Files up to 10GB in Size with 15GB Storage for Free

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Found 16th Sep 2014
Microsoft's Cloud storage now supports individual files of up to 10GB! Quite a jump from the previous 2GB.

They also claim to have tripled the upload speed.

You'll still get 15GB of storage for free. I realise this aspect was posted previously by dipsylalapo here - hotukdeals.com/fre…686 - but as it is over 2 months ago, and I'm really posting due to the increase in supported file size, I understand it's allowed.
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    Good info, thanks op its funny I saw just thinking about one drive this afternoon.
    Don't forget you can get an additional 3GB of space if you setup camera roll on iOS/Android/Windows 8... and although HUKD doesn't directly allow it, you can get yet more (5GB) via referrals, giving a total of 23GB of online storage space.

    onedrive.live.com/opt…age
    10GB, that's a large file size for 1 file. HOT!
    Awesome I upgraded to their student 365 yesterday which offers 1Tb #win
    Do I need to do anything to get this upgrade?
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    Xiaoda

    Do I need to do anything to get this upgrade?



    Nope.
    morgie

    Nope.



    OK thanks!
    lanoormohamed

    Awesome I upgraded to their student 365 yesterday which offers 1Tb #win



    how do you manage that? what do you have to do?
    EN1GMA

    how do you manage that? what do you have to do?




    its a paid for service for £59 4 years click to find out more and you get a 1tb for 4 years
    I don't know if you sign up with or without a .ac.uk account but wourth a try
    aaroh

    its a paid for service for £59 4 years click to find out more and you get … its a paid for service for £59 4 years click to find out more and you get a 1tb for 4 yearsI don't know if you sign up with or without a .ac.uk account but wourth a try



    When purchasing from Microsoft, did you use the UK site or US site? US is cheaper if you can get away with it?
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