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 PostPost subject: ATT Yahoo! Mail offers unlimited storage...        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 3:29 am 
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Saw this in my inbox...

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Dear AT&T Yahoo! Member:

AT&T and Yahoo! have a history of providing our members with award-winning, industry-leading Internet products and services at a great value.

As more members are using AT&T Yahoo! Mail to send and receive photos, videos, and music, we will begin offering unlimited email storage in May to both existing and new members. Your service will continue to include all the premium products you already enjoy including video, LAUNCHcast Plus, and an all-in-one security suite.

Additionally, within the next few weeks you will begin seeing graphical advertisements in your AT&T Yahoo! Mail service. These advertisements will be integrated into the AT&T Yahoo! Mail experience, and we hope you will find the advertisements useful. Advertising such as this allows us to continue delivering new and innovative elements to our service and helps us keep prices competitive, while we continue to provide the high level of service that you have come to know and trust.

We strive to provide you with the best online experience possible and to address all your needs on the Internet.

Sincerely,


AT&T Yahoo! Member Services


If anybody wants an account, PM me, and maybe I can setup a subaccount from our DSL...

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actually Yahoo! mail announced that it would be offering free webmail a bit ago...
though some of me and my buds are trying to find the limit...
sending lots and lots of 10 MB emails to a single account...

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