OneDrive Offer from Bing Rewards: Get 100GB instead of 7GB
Article by George Norman
On 27 Feb 2014
Microsoft is celebrating the international launch of OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) with a limited time offer.

All new and existing Bing Rewards members can get 100GB of OneDrive cloud storage for just 100 credits.

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Earlier this month, I reported that the OneDrive cloud storage service launched internationally. Microsoft took the decision to rebrand SkyDrive as OneDrive, and then decided that people from all over the world should be able to have access to the cloud storage service.

OneDrive Main Features
  • Get started with 7GB of free storage space, purchase more space if needed.
  • Upload and securely store files in the cloud where they can be easily accessed.
  • Automatically upload photos and videos to the cloud.
  • Sync files across multiple devices.
  • Create and share folders.
  • View office documents online, edit Office docs online.
  • Backup and sync your PC’s or your device’s settings.
  • OneDrive is also available for Windows, Windows Phone, xBox, iOS, Android.

As presented above, OneDrive provides access to 7GB of cloud storage space for free. Take advantage of a limited time offer and you could get a lot more than that. Instead of 7GB, you could get a whipping 100GB of cloud storage space.

Microsoft is celebrating the international launch of OneDrive with this limited time offer: spend 100 of your Bing Rewards credits and you get 100GB of OneDrive storage. The offer applies to new and existing Bing Rewards members. 100GB of OneDrive storage is valid for 1 year from redemption. The offer code must be redeemed by June 30, 2014.

“Bing Rewards was designed to help you discover ways Bing can help you do the things that are most important to you. Just like a frequent flyer program, you can earn credits by searching the web every day with Bing and then redeem them for great rewards including gift cards from top brands or donate your credits to a local school or charity of your choice. All you have to do is stay signed-in and keep searching with Bing,” commented Alex Danskin, Senior Marketing Manager, Bing Rewards.

Additional info on OneDrive is available here.
Additional info on Bing Rewards is available here.




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