Unlimited OneDrive storage starts rolling out to Office 365 subscribers

It looks like the wait is over for Office 365 subscribers. The unlimited OneDrive storage that Microsoft promised has officially started rolling out. The news comes from an email that the company started sending out to those who initially signed onto the waiting list for the increased storage.

As of right now, it looks like the "unlimited storage" is actually a free 10 TB, but its doubtful that many will reach that cap. If you do, however, Microsoft says that all you'll have to do is request additional storage for your account and ye shall receive!

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The full text of the email can be found below:

Ask and you shall receive! We have taken you off the waiting list and your Office 365 account now has access to unlimited OneDrive storage.

We added 10 TB of OneDrive storage to your account to get you started during this initial rollout. If you reach your capacity and need additional storage, or have OneDrive questions, just email us here.

The unlimited storage will eventually roll out to all Office 365 subscribers, but it's a good sign that it's starting to come to those who signed up late last month.

Have you gotten a storage bump? Let us know in the comments.

Thanks to Mitchell for the tip!

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