(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Microsoft is awarding 100 GB of storage on its OneDrive cloud service to users who use Bing as their search engine, PCWorld reports.
Through Microsoft’s Bing Rewards program, users who earn 100 credits will be rewarded with 100 GB cloud storage.
Every time you visit Bing or refer friends to the service, Microsoft records it and awards you with “credits” which accumulate over time.
Additionally, the company is offering a free 200-credit bonus when you refer a friend to Bing Rewards, as well another 200 credits when they complete Silver-level status.
As a effort to bring in more users to OneDrive, originally SkyDrive, Microsoft is giving 7Gb of free storage to new users who sign up and another 500MB for referring friends to the service.