If you’ve been a customer with Windows Live, Hotmail, MSN, etc., then you’ve most likely been through a lot of changes. Microsoft appreciates your support and would like to make it easy for you to continue to keep using your 25 GB of free online storage. All you need to do is go to the SkyDrive storage page and choose Upgrade my storage. That’s it—you’re then locked in for 25 GB for free.
Click this link to view more details on this offer, otherwise continue reading below to see instructions…
NOTE: This offer only works with older accounts.
1. Sign in to your Windows Live account and then click on the SkyDrive link at the top.
2. Then if your account is eligible, click on the message that says “SkyDrive’s free storage is changing – claim your free 25GB”. If you don’t see this message, then your account is not eligible.
3. Click on the Free Upgrade! Button.
4. You’re done.
Alternatively you could decide to upgrade to higher storage allotments… +20, +50, +100 for a small fee. I would first start by upgrading to your free 25 GB and then if needed, consider adding on to that.
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