Just heard the news that OneDrive storage for Office365 users has been increased to 1TB and for everyone else to 15GB. Can the news be confirmed?
Ther have been changes, and according to http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/06/23/onedrive_price_cut/ , Microsoft "plans to more than double the amount of storage ... from 7GB to 15GB".
The blog Alan mentioned states that the general public users would be upgraded to 15GB from 7GB, unless you are grandfathered into a 25GB plan. Office 365 subscribers get up to 1TB. One can increase the storage another 3GB if enrolled in Camera Roll. More information, although not always accurate, plus other ways to increase storage can be found here: http://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/7017398.
You can read about it on the OneDrive Blog:
There have been changes to the amount of OneDrive storage for users of Office 365 for Business. It does not appear to affect the Government packages or any of the Home user packages. Office 365 Small Business users will have 1TB of tenant storage capacity (1 site collection). Office 365 Midsize Business subscribers will have 20TB (20 site collections). Enterprise and Education subscribers will have 1TB site collections and unlimited storage (unlimited number of site collections).
I have not been able to confirm anything about a 15GB limit for other users. It still appears to be 7GB although Office 365 Home Premium subscribers can add 4 other users to their plan who will each have 27GB of OneDrive storage available to them (7GB base + 20GB for being added to the plan).