The move by itself isn’t that surprising giving the ever-declining prices of storage.
But it does raise a few eyebrows because the portal in the past has argued that its users don’t need large email inboxes. In response to Gmail's 2.8GB storage limit, Yahoo argued that 99.9 per cent of its users don't even have more than 20MB of messages in their inboxes.
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