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Microsoft throws free OneDrive storage at consumers

Gregg Keizer | Feb. 24, 2015
Newest offer tries to tempt Dropbox's consumer customers to desert, head to OneDrive.

"Microsoft is saying that it's going to be agnostic about storage services, and that it's going to win by becoming the best in integrating with their products," said Gottheil. "And really, what's their choice? That's what customers are looking for."

Dropbox users who want the extra 100GB of OneDrive storage must log in with their Microsoft account, click this link, then verify that they have a Dropbox account. Consumers must also agree to receive promotional emails at the address used for their Microsoft account.

 

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