I was using OneDrive for a long time, to back up my documents and important media files, such as family photos and videos.
OneDrive works relatively well in Windows. When I switched to Linux, I found the available package to mount OneDrive (jstaf/onedriver) a bit problematic. It used to disconnect often, and one day it even corrupted my KeePass database.
Besides that, I noticed some network limitations with the OneDrive service, when I was accessing a lot of files or doing a big sync operation. OneDrive would impose limits on the upload and download speeds and also cut my connection sometimes.
rsync.net gives you an empty file system to be accessed via SSH. And it's built with the ZFS file system, which is highly appreciated for long-term, large-scale storage.
In Linux, I can mount a file system with fuse-sshfs and it works very well. In Windows, I use this free tool called SFTP Drive 2022, which can map the SSH/SFTP drive as a network drive in File Explorer. And in Android (Samsung), I found the native My Files app can handle SSH/SFTP network drives with the Network storage option.
One nice feature of rsync.net is that they give you free and automatic 7 days of snapshots, which is a great protection against ransomware. You can always go back 7 days in time for any file stored there.
I'm currently paying USD 15/month for 1TB of storage, and I'm not earning anything to promote them here 🙂 I just liked the product.