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Today Microsoft announced new policy changes of the cloud service OneDrive, which surely will not delight consumers. The company removes unlimited space for subscribers of the Office 365 service because of “abuse.” In addition, the free space in the cloud will be reduced from 15 to 5 GB for both existing and new users.

Users who have unlimited space will now receive 1 TB. Microsoft removes and paid plans with 100 GB and 200 GB place by early next year will replace them with a new plan with 50 GB. Users of Office 365 with more than 1 TB reserved online files will have a year to move them, but if after changing the service no longer meets your needs Microsoft will refund your paid subscription.

Microsoft promises not to touch the files and free accounts for 12 months if they exceed 5 GB. But then you will be forced to move elsewhere. The new OneDrive will provide 5 GB of free storage. Google Drive itself retains its 15 GB for free accounts.

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