Looking to expand your online storage? If so, Google and Microsoft have a couple of offers that you might be interested in.
First up, Google is celebrating Safer Internet Day by giving 2GB of Google Drive storage to anyone that completes a Security Checkup. The checkup involves you making sure that your Google account info is up-to-date, reviewing your recent sign-in activity, and then confirming the apps and devices that’ve accessed your account information. The whole process takes a minute or so, and if you complete it by February 17, you’ll get a permanent 2GB increase in your Google Drive storage plan around February 28.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is giving out 100GB of free OneDrive storage. Unlike Google’s offer, your free OneDrive storage will only last for two years, but you are getting substantially more storage. In order to claim it, you just need to join Microsoft’s Bing Rewards program.
Both Google Drive and OneDrive are nice ways to store your files, photos, and more, and you can store quite a bit of content using this free storage. Neither process takes much time, so if you want some free cloud storage, hit up the links below and get to work!