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:
Steve Sawczyn commented
Absolutely agree, I don't even mind paying for the extra space, just want the option to do so. Not sure if the business plans offer better choices, but almost tempted to consider as I'm about to hit my 1 TB limit.
Agree. If I can get a Family Plan that offers 5TB, I should be able to get a Personal Plan w/ 5TB. It's ridiculous that one has to go through all that trouble for more storage at a decent price.
MS you are far to slow to respond to this. 5TB in this modern age is hardly enough and I'm stuck on 1TB which is useless. Please give us a simple upgrade button to we can increase storage quickly and easily .The share point stuff is crazy for us ordinary users
I agree as well. My photo library is getting close to the 1TB limit.
These days, 1TB is not enough for the benefits that OneDrive provides (auto-upload of photos/videos from multiple devices, music storage, documents, whiteboard scans, etc.). With Office 365 Home, I get 1TB, but in addition it would be great if I could buy more. Please add additional storage options, with or without Office 365.
Yes please allow us to increase above 1TB storage even if we have to pay for more storage
Microsoft Office files works best with onedrive when it comes to cloud storage and just for that buying an office 365 subcription when I have office desktop apps installed in my pc seems unnecessary, atleast for me. When it comes to storage on onedrive, the 50GB plan and then the 1TB plan...thats a way to much storage for average person to fill. To buy a 1TB plan is like buying an "elephant" for no reason(no offence plz). So, my sincere request is that plans are needed to be revoked once again, because the currently there are many cloud storage providers in the market which giving plans with less storage and cost, but personally I feel onedrive has the potential to provide better plans and user base,so why you are not doing it?
(Microsoft corporation owns way too much money already .....haha.....can be a reason......just kidding ;-) .)
Do consider our request because it's the user who are most important for service company.
For a suggestion, tiers should be like
1TB....and so on.
This will be useful from smallest to a biggest user.
I understand that Microsoft Corp. mainly focuses on corporate businesses for revenue but ignoring normal users is no good.
There should be multiple tiers for multiple price points as well as add om tiers. I'm about to forcibly give up 100gb that comes with my groove pass. They aren't letting us keep that as a parting gift or giving us the option to buy it. Total bs! While it doesn't affect me now, the option to add on as my needs grow is a no brainer.
I'm about to lose 100gb thanks to Mr.Nadella's lack of faith in Groove. Being able to buy more would at least cover what I'm about to lose. Thanks again Mr. Nadella
Scott A. commented
I agree. Having the ability to simply purchase additional online OneDrive storage, without going to O365, would be an easy money maker for MS. (Presently, the max additional that you can purchase is only 50GB.)
I too use it for photo storage, and I’m out of space at 1TB. I could bump from personal O365 to the family plan to get 5TB, but that’s actually just 5 x 1TB, not a single 5TB location.
Provide more storage plan with a one-time unlimited office 365 subscription.
John Skandar commented
At the moment, you can have more than 1 TB synced on one PC by adding to your main OneDrive account folders shared from other accounts.
However, it would be better to have an option to buy extra space without this workaround.
Chris Neal commented
As many have said, despite being the recipient of broken "unlimited" promises from Microsoft, many users do require more than 1TB and chose (or are invested in) the Microsoft ecosystem. As I also need long term storage, I'd love to see Microsoft offer a range of options that allow for Azure based cold storage of data (at low cost), that can then be summoned into OneDrive when required. Coupled with a scaled OneDrive storage plan, this would keep me with Microsoft for the long term.
Same here - need more storage - using a Mavic pro and a SLR together with Iphone 7 Plus is eating up the 1 TB fast and it's not very convenient to have 2 onedrive users - say one on my ipad mini 4 and one on my phone just gets messy
el Torito commented
Good Idea. I have 1 TB with OneDrive O365 Personal. But i Need more TB for Fotos ... , and is no Option for buy additional OneDrive Space.
Jeremy Corbett commented
I was using just over 1TB back when MS decided to reduce my 10TB OneDrive account to 1TB. Now OneDrive complains at me constantly. It gives me to option to increase my limit, but it gets nowhere - there's no way to increase it.
I'd be happy to pay extra for more storage, but I can't. Why?
If this isn't sorted soon, I'll have to look elsewhere - as I already have with Outlook (I recently switched to Fastmail due to Outlook.com getting broken with the 'update' with no fix in sight), and then I may as well cancel my Office 365 subscription as my work mostly has me on Google Docs now anyway.
Asbjørn Baagø commented
In this day and age, an absolute maximum of ~1 TB seems like a bad decision, also business wise. I know, I can "bundle" the 5 available accounts in my O365 Home subscription, but I'd rather have it in one account, and I'd be willing to pay for that. There's just no-one at Microsoft willing to take my money.
Also, when you promised unlimited storage, then taking it away and blaming it on a few users misbehaving, looks like a lame excuse for regretting a promise. Everybody else seems to be able to just throw out those who violate the terms of service.
Anyway, I'm not necessarily looking for unlimited storage. Just some way to get more than 1 TB.
Georgi Taskov commented
Vuk M. commented
Please give us this option. People dealing with videos and photos professionally eat up 1TB very easily (even if they use whole inconvenient "family pack" 5TB workaround).
Thank you MS,