Source: ZDNet UK
European Web portal giant Lycos has followed Google and Yahoo into the race to provide email users with massive amounts of storage, and claims to be beating these rivals already.
The new service is already available. In a somewhat laboured swipe at Google and Yahoo, Lycos was keen to point out that this makes it the first major email specialist to offer a 1GB service. Google's Gmail is still technically in beta, and Spymac, a Web hosting company for Macintosh aficionados, which followed suit with its own free 1GB service, is much less well-known.
Lycos' own 1GB service will be free of adverts, but not free. Instead, users must pay £3.40 per month.
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Lycos Follows Suit With 1gb E-mail Storage
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Posted 18 May 2004 - 06:44 AM
Another company announces 1GB of e-mail storage, although this one is not free.
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