Provide more than 1TB storage...PLEASE!
1TB is not what it was. 4k videos and SLR photos will fill that up surprisingly quickly.
I'd like to increase my OneDrive storage by more than 1TB (e.g., 2TB). But, you don't offer paid service for more than 1.05TB?! And the Azure path is too difficult. This is forcing me to look at other non-Microsoft solutions like Odrive. Why would you push me in that direction when I'd rather stay?
The option to get more than 1TB of OneDrive storage with an O365 subscription is now broadly available! You can upgrade your plan in 200GB increments, up to a total of 2TB.
Learn more about the offerings here:
Same here.. 1 TB isn't enough to put our family videos there.
Sim Architect commented
I have the same problem and I don't want to lose the seamless integration I have with my operating system. 1 TB is just not enough when we have video, game saves, several years of digitized documents etc.
I am using the 6TB option that requires 6 O365 accounts. It is a horribly user-unfriendly solution. Have your Product Managers actually tried to manage and consolidate 6TB across 6 accounts? For a family photo/video collection for example, that does not make any sense. Please give me the option to pay money to consolidate 6 TB (or more) under a single account. Do you realize how much photo and video footage a family accumulates in a generation? Very disappointing.
My space is filling up, everyone else if offering 2 TB, cmon MS
Limiting Office 365 subscriptions to 1TB may make sense; however, the inability to pay extra and add more space is ludicrous!
Amr Sharaki commented
Please! I'm working on a CG Short Film and those Renders eat up space like there's no tomorrow! I wouldn't mind paying extra. I'm willing to pay up to $50 a month for 10TB. Thank you!
Rick Phillips commented
2TB for a little extra $ would be a godsend. The ability to dynamically allocate the 6TB in my Office 365 subscription would be even better. I have about 1.6 TB of stuff. My kids have less than 250 GB.
Yep, I also thought 1 TB was plenty, but am reaching the limits.
5 TB seems a good new tier.
Name your price, M$... :-)
Got Onedrive personal 1Tb + 100Gb offer from Samsung. Onedrive shows that I have 1,1Tb of quota so it doesn't seem to be technical limitation.
How about add-on subscriptions on top of Office Personal&Home?
I am an avid OneDrive user and use it to basically store my whole life. I used to recommend it to everyone I can, but the storage limit is making that more difficult. I think a 2 or 5tb plan would be wonderful, and I'd happily pay more for it, as many others would too. Please consider this.
I keep on getting messages that I am out of space. Yet, when I renewed I was told I got more space. The space available is insufficient and makes the whole thing useless. I don't want to keep on paying more to have a little more space.
come on guys, just give the option of buying more space… you have an army of engineers and economist that can figure out how much to charge for 1-10 extra Tbs.
remember, if you build it they will come
Any update on this? I miss the peace of mind from the short lived unlimited option, maybe you could add an unlimited plan (I'm willing to pay more) where you cap it by adding 1tb per. Year or something like that.
The ability to dynamically change quotas between family members within a single OneDrive Home account is long outstanding.
The 1Tb glass ceiling per family member is getting long in tooth when you compare competitor offerings.
When can we expect options to increase beyond 1TB ?
I'm an Office 365 for Business user, with only 2 active users by now.
I'd like to increase my OneDrive storage by, at least, 2 more TB in order to have all my data safe, without forcing me to look to a non-Microsoft solution, what I wouldn't like to do. So please, offer us a paid service that allow us to increase the above suite. Thank you.
This is superbly absurd... I pay for 6tb for my family package, at least provide a method to share that storage as I am paying for it!
"Thinking" about accepting money for nearly 2 years? You are kidding me!
PLEASE: respond with a clear decision. If there is enough storage in Azure: sell it, if not: buy it. I simply cannot imagine that it's that complex to decide whether you want to remove a limitation, no competitor of you does have. Technically, I hardly can imagine that your engineers have found a system design that limits the storage space for each customer - if so, call me and I will be happy to help you ;-)
OneDrive for family allows for more than 5TB, but I only use ONE account. I need the extra for multiple copies of Office. So I use one account (currently at 900MB and still syncing) and have unused 4TB space left which I cannot use (Not more than 1 account per logged in user). Great. If Hubic would still be around I would be switching to them right away (had 10TB for 59 EUR per year) but they only provide this option now only for large businesses.
Reason for not doing it:
Microsoft might be afraid with the performance, which is already not the best. Some files do not seem to get synced even the computers I use are always on! With larger file space this problem might get too big for the OneDrive database to handle?
OneDrive for family allows for more than 5TB, but I only use ONE account. I need the extra for multiple copies of Office. So I use one account (currently at 900MB and still syncing) and have unused 4TB space left which I cannot use (Not more than 1 account per logged in user). Great. If Hubic would still be around I would be switching to them right away (had 10TB for 59 EUR per year) but they only provide this option now only for large businesses
$5/month per TB sounds reasonable to me. That would be $60/year per TB beyond the 1TB of Office 365.