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.
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Sherjeel Sikander commented
I fear I will fill up the 1TB with photos and video backup from my android phone. I am willing to pay extra for more TB on single account.
So, MS hasn't listened or worked on this for over a year now. HELLO MS?
I currently have 200GB, of which 100GB was part of a bonus and will expire soon. When that expires, I either won't be able to use OneDrive or will have to upgrade to an Office365 plan - which I neither want nor need.
I would quite happily pay to upgrade my storage plan but Microsoft has made it impossible. Please create 100GB, 200GB, 500GB and 1TB OneDrive only plans.
I agree. Going from unlimited to 1 TB is crazy. Just make it 10TB. Is a lot less than unlimited and for me it's enough for a while.
I'm the same, I need 2tb happy to pay a little extra, can I find out how? No
I'd like to see options reaching 10TB.
Peter Kuikman commented
100% agree with you. It's crazy that they removed the 100Gb and 200Gb plan options.
We now can only choose 50 Gb. If you use more then that, you are out of luck. There is also no option to choose 2x 50 Gb. Google drive gives a lot more flexibility.
I can't believe these kind of decisions at Microsoft, "Mobile first, Cloud first"
I agree except that I think the starting size for $2.00 per month should be 100 gig. I have dozens of folders of pictures shared to different branches of my family. I am willing to pay but 50 gig is not enough space for the guaranteed monthly revenue stream that Microsoft will receive.
I would like to add that forcing users to pay for Office 365 (for which I have no use) in order to get 1TB of storage is bad business. There is no reason for that requirement.
Exactly the same use case here. I don't understand why they'd offer 50gb for one price, but not 100gb for double the amount. This isn't an unlimited abuse case. I want to give you more money for more service.
Currently there are two paid plans - 50GB or 1TB with Office 365.
I'd love some sort of middle ground. It's a HUGE jump from 50Gb to 1Tb and leaves people in that range stranded. I used to use this service as a backup for my photos. 50Gb is too small for that but I certainly don't need 1Tb and an entire Office suite just for some extra cloud storage.
As it stands I can't back up my personal files on this service and am spoiled for choice by competitors. Bringing back a couple more plan options would make OneDrive the appealing option it once was.