Yahoo to raise storage limit of e-mail accounts from 6MB to 100MB

Posted on Saturday, May 15 2004 @ 02:13 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yahoo said today that it plans to increase the storage limit of their e-mail account dramatically in order to stay competent against Google's 1GB e-mail offer.

In the second or third quarter of this year Yahoo will raise the storage limit of its e-mail accounts from 6MB to 100MB. Premium subscribers who currently pay about $50 a year for 100MB storage will be given 'virtually unlimited' capacity.

Source: InfoWorld


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Re: Yahoo to raise storage limit of e-mail accounts from 6MB to 100MB
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