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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Pro 3' started by unruledboy, Jun 23, 2014.
do we still get free one drive space after registering surface pro 3
The SP2 included a card with a code on the back that could be redeemed for the free OneDrive space. My SP3 didn't come with any such card/code so I don't think SP3 purchasers get that benefit.
so i should buy a surface pro 2 and return it and get a surface pro 3? LOL
The start offering that after a disastrous quarterly earnings call ;-)
MS just announced "Massive increase to OneDrive storage plans: 15 GB free for everyone, 1 TB for Office 365 subscribers"
Also, lowered the prices on all plans by ~70%.
I didn't find the voucher with the SP2 all that interesting anyways. It only gave you 200GB for 2 years. After 2 years you loose the 200GB limit, not sure what happens to your data.
At the time, it was 'interesting', however, as a Office365 subscriber -- it no longer matters. 1TB has me covered -- great way to add value to my Office 365 subscription!
The plan was you started paying for the additional storage....which becomes much more palatable at the new prices I have 420GB of OneDrive Storage currently....
thanks for the info, currently I have 60gb dropbox (48gb 2 years because of galaxy noet 2 activation).
I am not sure if One Note supports other cloud storage like dropbox (or maybe the other way around)?
I am curious, the Office 365 Personal says it allows 1 PC and 1 tablet. Does surface pro 3 considers as a tablet or PC............. LOL
You can count a Surface as either. If you have some other tablet, then you can count your Surface as a PC (or the other way around)...
sounds very tricky and clever......
when talking about performance, SP3 will say it's a tablet, when talking about portability/weight etc, SP3 will say it's a laptop
Tricky and clever?, it's actually Microsoft policy for Surface & Surface Pro owners. Do you know how to use Google? Bing?