Microsoft will reduce the free space in OneDrive and take away unlimited storage from Office 365 users
More than a year ago, Microsoft began offering unlimited storage for files in OneDrive for Office 365 subscribers, but users immediately began to abuse this possibility, maintaining a large movie collection and backup computer systems. This forced the company to reconsider its decision.
Now users of Office 365 will have to rely on cloud space with a fixed size of 1 terabyte, and early next year, Microsoft will reduce the free space for new and existing users with 15 GB to 5 GB. In addition, the company will remove the bonus 15 GB that was issued for using the function to automatically copy photos from the phone.
In early 2016, the company will refuse the paid plans of 100 GB and 200 GB and replace them with a new plan for 50 GB for 1.99 dollars per month. Users of Office 365, its cloud-more than 1 TB of files will be exactly one year to move them, and if after the changes the service will no longer meet their needs, Microsoft will reimburse a paid subscription. If your account is kept more than 5 gigabytes of files, the company will provide you with at least 12 months after the changes to move them to another location. Existing users of plans for 100 GB and 200 GB will not be affected by these changes.