Free Gmail VS Hotmail Plus VS Yahoo Mail Plus. Who Wins?

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  1. GMAIL is the most competitive and best email service than hotmail and yahoo. There are few reasons.
    1. Much more efficient bandwidth management of google
    2. User friendly access with much more learnability than other services
    3. Selective GUI options for ease for access/mail related tools

    I’m sure GOOGLE will soon support video chat in their desktop chat client (i.e. Google Talk) with better stability than hotmail or yahoo.

    Yahoo and hotmail should learn from google because google came up recently where hotmail and yahoo are very old firms in the field of online services like email, etc.

  2. spen says:

    You seem to have forgot a few things that Gmail does not have. Please compare the accounts imparcially, and then provide an imparcial opinion, if you have the abilitiy to place yourselfs in the “skin” of different types of users with different types of e-mail usage. BTW, I use Gmail and Hotmail on a minute basis, and there are things prefer in one over the other. To me, as to most users, in my opinion, there’s not a preferred one… Unless you’re a Google freak, or-anti MS persons, or anti-Google persons, or MS freaks (yes, they also exist, that’s the thing with personal tastes, everyone has their own)…

    Just a suggestion: use this so called tool, the internet, for intelligent things, if you can get my point… People are not all the same…

  3. spen says:

    Sorry for the duplicate post… I was correcting some errors… Opera mini IS something that you could criticise ^^


  4. M says:

    I agree with the previous comment. Don’t get me wrong I like many features Gmail offers but you seem to have a Gmail bias and emphasize on the shortcomings of other providers in comparison to what Gmail offers. Why don’t you compare Gmail with the good qualities that other providers have to what what Gmail lack such as the ability to upload by folder which you can do with SkyDrive and nice Office software on Hotmail or how I can look at news/what’s new at same time as email and get friends updates kind of like facebook on Yahoo…etc.

  5. Jonathan says:

    KUDOS to SPEN!

    Please before writing such a review gain better facts and be imparcial.

  6. Gill Lyden says:

    I am not completely computer literate, and think I’ll stay as I am. The only reason I’m thinking of change, is because of the adverts! They interrupt and hold up my work, and destroy my train of thought.

    I think you ought to invest in a dictionary, because you have spelt ‘impartial’ with a ‘c’ – it should be a ‘t’ (it means ‘not partial’ or ‘not preferring ‘).

    Thanks for the offer anyway – may take you up on it later?

    All teh best,

  7. Gill Lyden says:

    AND AGAIN!!! Fingers – I’ve smacked them (Used to be a teacher!)

  8. Edward B says:

    When was this article written It is now 2016 What has changed in the comparisons?

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