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Recently inbox email service announced they are doing away with their free email accounts. kinda urked me because their service is not that great to begin with so now I have to figure out who all I am using them with and change it. Anyway, the point is, the email I received has the following "Our pricing is set so friendly to ensure we can offer you a cheaper solution than other email services like Gmail®, Yahoo!® or Outlook.com®"

Have they forgotten those other email services are still free????? Free is cheaper than any pay account!!


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I can see the way.

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If they are moving to paid only they may have the budget to do better.

Email however is sort of a dinosaur. Plenty of articles about that!

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maybe dinosaur but still required :-)

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try getting an account on cnet without an email address Happy

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Other ways.

In reply to: maybe dinosaur but still required :-)

Ten minute email account works. Not pretty but works.

Email services for free have "issues." I'm sure you know about the spoon trick.

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