Microsoft Granting a Year of 100GB OneDrive Storage to Dropbox Users Dylan Duarte February 19, 2015 If you’re looking to get yourself a nice little piece of the cloud and settle down, but you don’t have a lot of money, Microsoft OneDrive is where you should be looking. Not only are they still offering two years of 100GB storage for signing up for Bing Rewards, but now they’re giving away a year of 100GB to Dropbox users. True, the free subscription only lasts half as long as the Bing Rewards deal, but it’s still one-hundred gigs for an entire year just for having a Dropbox account. If you’re afraid it’s too good to be true, our own Michael Kwan and I both confirmed that the deal works. Simply go to the bonus page, sign in with your Microsoft account, and then grant the OneDrive app a few permissions (enabling it to sign you in, access your email address, etc). They’ll then take you to a page where you sign into your Dropbox account, which they’ll add a document to just to verify that it exists. Once that’s done, you get your bonus storage. The entire process takes maybe a minute, maybe even less if you have your passwords saved in your browser. There’s no word on whether or not you have a limited time to snag this promotion, but it’s such an easy, quick process that you might as well grab it right now if you’re interested. Update: Canadians should be able to grab the offer at this link. Get it while it’s hot! Share This With The World!