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After turbulent consumer complaints of OneDrive cloud network, Microsoft decided to keep the 15 GB primary space for free accounts, but only if customers confirm that they want it. The company continues to refuse to keep unlimited space for Office 365 subscribers.

Today, the company announced its plans for business users of OneDrive. Business clients and governments with tariffs E3, E4 and E5, will receive an increase of cloud space, but only if they have more than 5 subscribers.

Moving to unlimited space will be implemented in two stages. The first will be automatic from the current 1TB to 5TB, which is expected to be completed by March 2016 then the customer will be entitled to request additional space. All others will continue to use 1TB cloud space.

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