Microsoft is currently running a promotion that sees the company giving out yet another 100GB of free OneDrive storage for 1 year — this time to anyone with a Dropbox account. Unfortunately, this one is limited to current Dropbox users in the U.S. for right now.
If you want to get in on the offer, all you have to do is hit up the source link below to get started. From there, you'll verify your OneDrive and Dropbox accounts by signing into both. After you've finished with the sign-in process, Microsoft will add a convenient "Getting Started with OneDrive" PDF to your Dropbox folder to help new users become accustomed to the service. Overall, the process is quick and easy, so there's no real reason to pass this up if you've already got a Dropbox account.
This latest offer comes in the wake of several similar offers that have seen Microsoft giving free cloud storage out like candy. Just last week, Microsoft offered 100GB of free storage for 2 years to Bing Rewards members in the U.S., a deal which was expanded to international users just this morning.
Thanks to Chandan and Kaspars for the tips!
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