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Microsoft will give you 100 GB of OneDrive storage if you have a Dropbox account

Microsoft is targeting Dropbox in its latest free storage giveaway by hanging a 100 GB carrot in front of Dropbox users. If you have a Dropbox account, Microsoft will boost your storage by simply clicking the link at the bottom of this post.

To redeem the offer, you will have to verify that you do have a Dropbox account by saving a document to the service. Microsoft makes this process quite easy and it only takes about 10 seconds to grab that 100 GB of additional storage for one year.

Microsoft has been giving away a lot of free storage recently with the company offering up 100 GB of storage through Bing, but this campaign is specifically targeted at a competitor. For those of you who have both services, this is an easy way to boost your OneDrive storage with only a few mouse clicks.

Even though Microsoft would prefer that you use OneDrive over Dropbox, the company has worked with the competitor in the past to improve its Office integration.

Redeem: OneDrive 100 GB Offer

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