A year ago W10 comes out with OD integrated. The size of free storage was what made it a useful tool to try out and to use. Had you started with a 5Gb limit I'd have known it wasn't for me. A year on and I have just received an email telling me of intended product changes reducing this storage. I feel like I've been lured in, hooked and now had my service snatched away unless I pay.
Am I the only one left wondering whether that was MS's intention all along?
MS have just made a useful tool less useful by reducing the free storage. You could have done this moving forwards but instead you have decided to apply the changes retrospectively as well.
You could easily have decided not to apply this change retrospectively. How much would it have cost? You could have easily decided not to alienate large numbers of users (my assumption but if its not large then you could/should have left us alone anyway).
I won't be buying any additional storage and i don't want O365. So once again I'm having my time wasted having to unwind system changes as a result of an MS change of product policy - after a year.
It really is no wonder that you've fallen behind the likes of Apple and Google - not having anything to do with MS products or services becomes more attractive with each poorly thought out business decision I'm affected by.