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    Office 365 and OneDrive storage amount

    I've said before that I'm planning to go down the O365 route. However there's one question that would be usefully answered. Looking at the O365 website - http://products.office.com/en-gb/office-365-home - it still says 1Tb storage on Onedrive. However, there was an announcement last year that it was going to be increased to ∞Tb. This was also stated in http://blogs.office.com/2014/10/27/o...5-subscribers/.

    So what gives? Do we get 1Tb or ∞Tb?

    This isn't a deal breaker (I'm well aware how long it would take to upload even a few Gb of data), I just was wondering what the answer might be.

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    I was online chatting with a MS tech and decided to ask him the question. The answer is that you get the extra when you fill the 1Tb. I said it wasn't very clear and he replied he understood. I assume that I'm not the first to ask the question!

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    My storage now says 10TB available. Not the same as unlimited but, for all practical purposes, it probably is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrenbeh View Post
    My storage now says 10TB available. Not the same as unlimited but, for all practical purposes, it probably is.
    Welcome to the forum warren!

    I'd hazard a guess that when you hit 10TB upload the figure will increase again to some unknown limit.

    Please let us know how you get on when you hit 10TB

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