1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    Hi, I've got 150Gbs of data in my OneDrive, and recently my free promotional period ended (200Gbs free for 2 years) so I now have 15Gb of space. Obviously I am well over that, so OneDrive blocked my updates.

    Fair enough, so I go to upgrade and the only option is 50Gb for $x.xx per month. I click pay. And now have 65Gbs of storage. But I'm obviously still maxed out, so no data syncing or OneDrive functionality.

    Now I don't have any more storage upgrade options. The only option I have is to sign up to Office365 with 1TB of storage. The cost of this is a bit more than I expected, so I am wondering why it's the only option I have available.

    Is this standard? MS only allows a 50Gb upgrade or an Office365 + 1Tb upgrade path? There's no, 200Gb option for a happy medium price?

    Thanks!
    02-01-2016 04:31 AM
  2. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    Hi, I've got 150Gbs of data in my OneDrive, and recently my free promotional period ended (200Gbs free for 2 years) so I now have 15Gb of space. Obviously I am well over that, so OneDrive blocked my updates.

    Fair enough, so I go to upgrade and the only option is 50Gb for $x.xx per month. I click pay. And now have 65Gbs of storage. But I'm obviously still maxed out, so no data syncing or OneDrive functionality.

    Now I don't have any more storage upgrade options. The only option I have is to sign up to Office365 with 1TB of storage. The cost of this is a bit more than I expected, so I am wondering why it's the only option I have available.

    Is this standard? MS only allows a 50Gb upgrade or an Office365 + 1Tb upgrade path? There's no, 200Gb option for a happy medium price?

    Thanks!
    for that office 365 you also get access to office 2016 for one pc for one year which is a goo deal
  3. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    Hi, I've got 150Gbs of data in my OneDrive, and recently my free promotional period ended (200Gbs free for 2 years) so I now have 15Gb of space. Obviously I am well over that, so OneDrive blocked my updates.

    Fair enough, so I go to upgrade and the only option is 50Gb for $x.xx per month. I click pay. And now have 65Gbs of storage. But I'm obviously still maxed out, so no data syncing or OneDrive functionality.

    Now I don't have any more storage upgrade options. The only option I have is to sign up to Office365 with 1TB of storage. The cost of this is a bit more than I expected, so I am wondering why it's the only option I have available.

    Is this standard? MS only allows a 50Gb upgrade or an Office365 + 1Tb upgrade path? There's no, 200Gb option for a happy medium price?

    Thanks!
    for that office 365 you also get access to office 2016 for one pc for one year which is a goo deal
    02-01-2016 06:05 AM
  4. foaf's Avatar
    Thanks for the quick reply. I'm not really question what's a good deal or not. It's more a question about if MS only offers 50Gb or Office 365 +1Tb? Anyway, for me that's the only options, so I assume that's the case. Thanks
    02-01-2016 09:52 AM

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