OneDrive users can now purchase up to 2TB of OneDrive storage

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What you need to know

  • OneDrive users can now purchase up to 2TB of OneDrive storage.
  • The previous maximum for users was 1TB for Office 365 users.
  • Users can increase their storage plan in increments of 200GB.

OneDrive users now have the option to purchase up to 2TB of OneDrive storage (via MSPU). To expand your cloud storage, you have to be a subscriber of either Office 365 Personal or Office 365 Home and have a monthly or annual renewal. Increases are available in increments of 200GB.

Omar Shahine, Director of Program Management for OneDrive and SharePoint shared that the new plans are available. Microsoft previously announced that users would be able to purchase more than 1TB of storage, but the new options weren't live until recently.

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Each increase of 200GB of storage will cost you around $2 per month. The 200GB plan (opens in new tab) costs an additional $1.99 per month and each additional 200GB will cost $2 on top of that. Switching your plan is not permanent and your plan can be increased or decreased at any time.

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2 Comments
  • I'm glad they're doing this even though I'm still using only around 600GB. Good to know that there's room to grow.
  • I agree. It's nice to know I'm not going to run out any time soon. I wonder though if I pay 9.99/mo for the additional storage is that per user on the home plan or does the 9.99 give each user another TB?