Microsoft gifting 100GB of OneDrive storage to current Dropbox users

Microsoft is giving 100GB of OneDrive storage to Dropbox users who are willing to register for the service. The storage will stay in place for one year.

Furthering its effort to push its mobile storage product to more users, Microsoft is setting the bar as low as possible to begin using it. The company offers unlimited storage to Office 365 users, and has been engaging consumers directly of late in its renewed cross-platform push.


Dropbox users merely have to sign in to OneDrive and save a single document — “OneDrive Getting Started.docx” — to Dropbox for the storage to kick in.

Interested? Microsoft has OneDrive clients for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Windows Phone.