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Microsoft offers 100 GB free OneDrive storage

100 GB free OneDrive storage for two years with free Bing Rewards account
OneDrive - Bing Rewards deal
Bing Rewards members in the US get 100 GB of free cloud storage for two years, otherwise priced at $1.99 USD a month.

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Last February, Microsoft offered 100 GB of OneDrive storage for one year to all Bing Rewards members who were willing to spend 100 credits to get the deal. This year, the Redmond giant is even more generous - they offer the same amount of space, but for free and, even better, for a two-year period. 

Users simply have to agree to receive promotional emails from OneDrive, but they can unsubscribe at any time without losing their freely gained 100 GB cloud space. Unfortunately, only US residents can take advantage of this great freebie. Unlike last year, there are no credits involved.

To get the 100 GB free OneDrive storage space, one needs a free Bing Rewards account. Once logged in, the user needs to head to the Bing Rewards dashboard and click the "100 GB free" link. The value of this deal is $47.76 USD, since Microsoft currently charges $1.99 USD per month for the 100 GB cloud storage plan.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-02-12 (Update: 2015-02-12)
Codrut Nistor
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