Get 200GB of Free OneDrive Storage Using Bing Rewards and Dropbox Account
Recently we told you about extra 2GB of free storage in Google Drive:
Now its turn of Microsoft's official cloud storage service "OneDrive". Microsoft is also giving away 200GB of free storage to all OneDrive users. You just need to follow a few simple steps to grab the offer.
Actually Microsoft is running 2 offers separately which can add extra 100GB of free space separately to your OneDrive storage plan. One offer is related to Microsoft's search engine Bing and the other offer is related to Dropbox service.
If you are using OneDrive service and want to get the extra 200GB of free storage, just follow these simple steps:
A. Get 100GB of Free OneDrive Space Using Bing
To use this offer, you must have an account on Bing Rewards. If you don't know, Bing Rewards is a promotional service from Microsoft to promote Bing search engine. It helps you in earning credits and points while using Bing search. You can redeem these credits for gifts, charity, etc.
If you don't have Bing Rewards account, you can create one using following link:
After joining Bing Rewards, you can claim your free 100GB of OneDrive storage using following link:
This extra free 100GB space will be available for 2 years.
B. Get 100GB of Free OneDrive Space Using Dropbox
To enjoy this offer, you must have an account at Dropbox service.
Just go to following link:
It'll verify your Dropbox account by saving a small file on your Dropbox account and then you'll be able to redeem the offer.
This extra 100GB of free space will be available for 1 year only.
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