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1TB OneDrive is $80/year ($6.66/month). So 110GB is $0.73/month. Not that far from 50 cents.

That 1TB you always pay for, while Backblaze is pay-per-use.

Protip - get a o365 home instead.

5x 1TB for like 50 bucks. Also skype minutes and office software

that's 50 bucks per month vs 80 bucks per year

o365 home is $99.99/yr (not $50/mo), and allows up to 5 users, each of whom gets their own 1TB OneDrive allotment, evergreen desktop and mobile office software, skype minutes, etc.

It's a much better deal than paying $80/year for 1TB of OneDrive if you have 2+ users.

Can you host public web assets on OneDrive?

Yes, same as dropbox and the others.

Dropbox and Google Drive both removed HTML hosting over the past few years. With drive you can't even get direct links to images etc anymore. Not sure if public Dropbox files have the same limitation.

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