As promised a few weeks ago, Microsoft has now turned on the switch and given all Office 365 subscribers access to 1TB of free cloud storage space via its OneDrive service.

While business users of Microsoft's online productivity software service have been able to use 1TB of free OneDrive space since earlier this year, this marks the first time that the consumer Office 365 subscriptions can have the same amount of free space. That includes the Office 365 Personal, Home and University tiers, which are priced at $6.99 a month, $9.99 a month and $74.99 for four years, respectively.

While Office 365 users can now enjoy a ton of online cloud storage space, we are still waiting for Microsoft to increase the free amount of OneDrive space for non-Office 365 users from 7 to 15 GB, as it also promised to do last month. What do you think of Microsoft offering so much cloud storage for Office 365 subscribers?

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