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Microsoft Ends Unlimited OneDrive Storage, Existing Customers Can Still Use It

We just heard the news that Dropbox has canceled its unlimited storage plan for business customers, after finding that it was being misused. And now, TechRadar reports that Microsoft has quietly removed the unlimited package of OneDrive and stopped selling it to new customers.

This package, known as OneDrive for Business (Plan 2), only includes OneDrive without Office and was originally sold for $10 per user per month, allowing users to store unlimited data. However, this option has been removed from the OneDrive website and only OneDrive for Business (Plan 1) remains, priced at $5 per user per month, offering 1TB of storage per user.

A spokesperson for Microsoft confirmed this change to TechRadar, stating that it is a simplification of their package offerings. Existing customers can still use the unlimited storage as usual and can renew their subscriptions next year.

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