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Webmail Services

This page links you with the websites of some popular webmail providers, where you can find out more and sign up. Please note that these services tend to insert advertising into your mail when using the free webmail option, but the ads are removed if you choose to pay for the service.

Should I choose webmail, or an email client?

 

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AOL Mail

AOL Mail

AOL Mail, from AOL (America Online, which once administered Netscape Navigator) is a free or paid mail service which can be integrated with your mobile phone and offers instant messaging. [Go]


Gmail

Gmail

Gmail is a free service provided by Google. You can access your mail from your mobile phone, and has a generous period before deleting your account if you don't access your mail for a while. [Go]


MobileMe

MobileMe is not just a webmail service: provided by Apple, allows you to sychronise mail, contacts and events on your iPhone, iPod Touch and your PC. However, this is a paid service only. [Go]


Windows Live Mail

Windows Live Mail is a free or paid service provided by Microsoft and provides webmail with some of the advantages of using an email client [?]. This service was once the popular Hotmail, but was later purchased by Microsoft. [Go]


Yahoo! Mail

Yahoo! Mail and is a free or paid service that dominates the market. It incorporates mail and chat, and has millions of users around the world.[Go]


 
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