Upgrade Your SkyDrive Account to 25GB for Free

With the recent release of Google Drive, Cloud storage has been in topic and competition is building up! To kill the competitions Microsoft Skydrive is letting you upgrade your 7GB account to 25GB for free. This seems to be a limited time offer and guess you should act fast and upgrade it as soon as possible.

skydrive-logo

skydrive-logo

Note : This upgrade is available for only Live Accounts registered before 22nd April 2012.

Features of Microsoft SkyDrive.

  • Office Web Apps.
  • Integration with desktop version of Microsoft Office.
  • PDF and Open Document Format support with Documents embedding.
  • SkyDrive integrates with Hotmail.
  • Photos uploaded onto SkyDrive can be played as an automatic slideshow.
  • Entire folders can be downloaded as a single .zip file with SkyDrive.

Steps to Upgrade Your Microsoft SkyDrive Account to 25GB.

Step 1. Login to your SkyDrive account.

Step 2. Click on the Manage Storage link.

 

unupgraded skydrive

unupgraded skydrive

Step 3. You will be taken to a page where you are provided with different upgrade options like 20GB,50GB etc. There will be a Free Upgrade option.

Step 4. Click the button and you will be upgraded to the 25GB storage instantly.

Step 5. You get the following notification confirming it has been upgraded.

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  1. says

    I love the new Google Drive and never tried SKYDRIVE but I think this is the best time for me to try the service since they are offering us cool value. 25GB is cool!

  2. says

    This looks like interesting to me. I will try to increase the my account in skydrive in 25gb to know it’s total compatibility to any other drive. Thanks for sharing another great idea in your blog then.

  3. says

    A good fight has been set up…Google vs Dropbox vs Microsoft. My gut feeling is that pricing of Dropbox will definitely come down in few weeks time to stand the competition.

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