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Today we will talk about three popular mail service providers and you will decide which one has the features you’re looking for. Below, we’ll talk about their interfaces, plans and their special offers.


One of the most popular email services out there is Gmail. The Gmail service comes with a simple design, which means that even a new user will get the hang of it in just a few minutes. At the same time, Gmail is offering an awesome filtering, which means that very rarely you will see a spam email get to your inbox. On Gmail you can also sort messages by content into tabs labeled forums, updates, promotions, social and primary.

Gmail doesn’t have any ads and it comes with an easy-to-use interface, which means that many people will enjoy using it.

Yahoo! Mail

Yahoo! Mail has been around for quite a while, but it seems that it is not as popular as it was 10 years ago. At the same time, it doesn’t have a simple design and there are lots of adverts, which can annoy anyone. However, by paying £30 a year, you will be able to remove all those adverts.

When it comes to storage, we can clearly say that Yahoo! Mail offer the most amount of storage. We remind you that in the past, it has offered “unlimited” email storage, for as long as users didn’t abuse it. However, now the company has decided to limit it to 1TB, which is still enough for any active user. You can also access the Yahoo email via POP and IMAP, which is always good if you use an email application for checking your emails.

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook has replaced Hotmail a few years ago and there are a good amount of people who are using it daily. The email service comes with a familiar design and organization tools provided by the Outlook software. If you have used the Outlook software in your office before, then you will love Microsoft Outlook.

The webmail has received a makeover, which brings some clean lines and a white and blue theme, which will please your eyes. In addition, it has virtual folders, mail and conversations grouping, a flexible search and more.