Yahoo to compete with Gmail

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    100 MB is currently a $60 upgrade at Yahoo.

    I'm paying for $30 for 25 MB and the other "Plus" features.

    Hard to believe they're going to make up for that lost revenue with ads inserted in e-mails.
     
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    i bet it's already compatible with Safari j/k
     
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    I love this doublespeak: Yahoo first announced that their premium users would get "virtually unlimited" storage space. Sounds like it's more than competitor Google's 1GB, right? However, when pressed, a Yahoo spokesperson defined "virtually unlimited" as 1GB!
     
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    it's like a bad breakup between yahoo and google.
    they break up, yahoo finds it's own search engine to out-do google, then google tries to show off to it's ex with GMail, now yahoo's trying to get back at google with new yahoo mail. wow. what will be next?
     
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    :laff:
     
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    Hopefully hotmail will follow by increasing their storage limit too. I think it is something ridiculously small, like 2MB, right now. Plus, mail in the junk box counts towards your storage limit, unlike Yahoo's policy. Of course, I wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft made no changes to hotmail.
     
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    Bah, CrispyMail already has 100MB of mail space. The service is no joke, either, since I've been sending and receiving test emails in under a minute.
     

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