Microsoft rebranded its cloud storage service a few days back, and relaunched it as OneDrive. The service also offered users 100GB extra storage space for the first 100,000 new users. The promotion ended within minutes, which is quite impressive.
To celebrate the launch of OneDrive, Bing and OneDrive are offering users 100GB storage space for a year. How? New and Existing Bing Rewards members can get an extra 100GB storage for just 100 credits. The offer will be valid for one year after redemption, and the promotion is valid until June 30th, 2014.
“To celebrate the recent launch of Microsoft’s OneDrive, for a limited time Bing and OneDrive are offering 100 GB of OneDrive storage to all new and existing members of Bing Rewards for just 100 credits*. OneDrive gives you one place for all of your files, including photos, videos, and documents, and it’s available across the devices you use every day. Giving our members the ability to increase their storage by 100 GB for a year, which has a $50 value, allows us to provide another perk for our most consistent and loyal Bing users,” says Alex Danskin, Senior Marketing Manager, Bing Rewards.
If you don’t know what Bing Rewards are, well for regular Bing customers signed in the official website, you get credits on searching the web using Bing and redeem them. Here’s how Microsoft explains it, “Bing Rewards was designed to help you discover ways Bing can help you do the things that are most important to you. Just like a frequent flyer program, you can earn credits by searching the web every day with Bing and then redeem them for great rewards including gift cards from top brands or donate your credits to a local school or charity of your choice. All you have to do is stay signed-in and keep searching with Bing,”
If you’re a Bing Rewards member, head over to Bing using this link and utilize your free 100GB storage space.
Source: Bing Blog