Google offers 1GB of free mail storage

By on March 31, 2004, 11:37 PM
Google has officially announced they are launching a beta program for their upcoming free mail service that should rival similar programs that Microsoft (Hotmail) and Yahoo have offered for a long time, the biggest and baddest of the search engines however claims it will offer a whole gigabyte of free storage... if that remains true, you can bet it will be huge (see our new poll).

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[COLOR=#1951B9]# Storage: Google believes people should be able to hold onto their mail forever. That's why Gmail comes with 1,000 megabytes (1 gigabyte) of free storage more than 100 times what most other free webmail services offer.[/COLOR]

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