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What are free email addresses?

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Free email addresses are provided to users for no monetary charge. Many email address providers offer free email addresses to anyone who wants one. These providers include Google, Yahoo and Microsoft.

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Google's free email service is known as Gmail. Anyone can sign up for a free Gmail email address. Simply navigate to Google's email page in a Web browser and click "Create an Account" to begin setting up a free email address. While it is possible to buy a customized URL with an email address to promote a business or brand, many people find that free email service meets their needs.

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