Don't shoot the messenger!
Right I'm just pointing this out, so please be gentle.
Office 365 Home, costs £79.99/year works out at £6.65/month.
And you get,
5 Licenses for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote, Publisher and Outlook running on PC's or Macs
5 Licenses for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote, Publisher and Outlook running on iPads or Surface (if available) or other mobile
60 minutes/month of Skype World calls (60 countries)
1TB of OneDrive storage for each of the PC of Mac users (5 * 1TB)
So saying that Dropbox have matched Microsoft in their charges is a bit misleading. I'm no Microsoft apologist but it does seem on heck of a bargain, even if you only use the storage. Yes, I do know that Dropbox is easier to sync across, and it maybe shows that MS are desperate but it's still a good deal.