Microsoft should price match with any major CLOUD STORAGE competitor for any customer who was affected by STORAGE SIZE CHANGES
Here is my perspective of OneDrive storage limits and price changes:
There are users out there who have OPTED-IN (they should be completely grandfathered in) and are currently losing their storage. They had either 30GB (Camera Roll Bonus + Base Storage) or 15GB (just Base Storage) and are being reduced to 5GB for no good reason. They have followed all of Microsoft's instructions, they OPTED-IN, they viewed the instructions on: https://onedrive.uservoice.com/forums/262982-onedrive/suggestions/10524099-give-us-back-our-storage
In this case, this user (me) has proof of all of this, but I am being reduced from the 15GB (Base Storage) to 5GB (Base Storage).
I have attached a screen capture of my OPT-IN. I also have a short Camtasia screen recording of my mouse clicking going through the OPT-IN process. It is obviously too big to upload here, so I uploaded a single small JPG Windows screen capture as an alternative to a large AVI video file.
Many people already have a copy of Office through their work and have no need to purchase an additional copy.
Could Microsoft please extend an offer for ongoing cloud storage without Office for anyone who has experienced storage limit reductions?