Microsoft has bumped up its OneDrive cloud storage to 15GB for free accounts and 1TB for Office 365 users. That 15GB is more than double the previous 7GB allocation, and any OneDrive users - paid or free - will receive up to 5GB extra in 500MB pieces for each person they refer to the service.
After all, that's basically only four things: iCloud Backups, iCloud Drive documents and data, your iCloud emails, and iCloud Photo Library. And if you're new to computers or the Internet and have no data history the free 5GB Apple gives you will be more than enough.
Pay $99 for an Amazon Prime membership, which includes Prime Photos with unlimited picture storage and 5GB of Cloud Drive storage space. Buy a Fire device (phone, tablet, etc) and get free photo storage for images from your device). Pay $12 per year for Unlimited Photos + 5GB of other files. Pay $60 for Unlimited Everything.
And all BT Broadband customers get access to BT Cloud included with their broadband. BT is the only internet service provider to include cloud storage for all broadband customers. BT Customers currently get 5GB or 50GB of storage included, depending on their broadband package.