Thursday, August 13, 2009

Get Free E-Mail

Chances are you already have one or more e-mail accounts through your Internet service provider or place of employment. Why in the world would you want yet another e-mail account?

Well, it’s always good to have another e-mail account—especially if it’s free. You can always use a new account to hide from spammers, or to use for specific purposes. In addition, having a Web-based e-mail account is great when you’re traveling; you can access your e-mail from any Web browser on any computer anywhere there’s an Internet connection.

If you want universal e-mail accessible from any Web browser on any PC—and you want it free of charge—then you want Yahoo! Mail. Yahoo! Mail is a Webbased e-mail service, totally free of charge, that you can use to replace or supplement your existing e-mail account(s).

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