Microsoft Offers 100GB of Free OneDrive Storage
As the online storage scene continues to see much competition from Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Box, and others, Microsoft is attempting to entice potential users with a new offer. By using the Bing search engine, users have been able to earn points that can be redeemed for rewards. Now, Microsoft has put in place a new reward, which offers Bing users 100GB of OneDrive storage for one year. The excellent part about the offer is that the reward costs 100 points, which can be earned in just a week of searching, or by inviting a friend to use the search engine rewards service. While the storage deal is only good for one year, Microsoft has stated that the files stored within OneDrive will remain while any unused storage space will disappear from the total allocated amount.