Get an Unlimited Storage Email Account at Yahoo! Mail Free
Do you ever delete messages, not because they’re useless, but rather just because you’re running out of space in you account?
Do you remember the other year when Google launched the account size war for email on April 1st with their free 1 GB Gmail accounts? Quickly, Yahoo!Mail and others upped their limits. To this day, Google has been ever increasing storage limits for all users — it’s now over 2GB per account. But for some, this is not enough – especially with everyone emailing you video clips and hi-res photos they took recently.
Yahoo! is now the first to make a move to make storage limits a moot point in the email wars. . .If you have a Yahoo!Mail account, you can now have unlimited storage space for all your emails. No more deleting anything that might be remotely useful in the future. (and just think you can look back in a couple of years at the terrabytes of SPAM that you’ve received too!).
How can Yahoo! afford to give away unlimited email storage?
Yahoo has been developing an efficient backend storage system. This updated storage system gives you the option to never delete another email! Unless, of course, you want to.
What exactly does unlimited storage mean?
The purpose of unlimited storage isn’t to provide an online storage warehouse. Usage that suggests this approach gets flagged by Yahoo! Mail’s anti-abuse controls.
Unlimited storage gives normal email account users like yourself an opportunity to not have to worry about hitting a storage limit. Basically, the idea is that now you can save your emails and photo/video/other attachements and never worry about deleting older messages to make room for more.
How does unlimited storage work?
It’s pretty straightforward—users that follow normal email practices can consume an unlimited amount of free email storage. This will apply to both new and existing users.