Gmail has upped the number of Gmail accounts that current users can hand out – they can now spread the joy to another 50 users.
Anyone who doesn’t have a Gmail account yet can ask pretty much any blogger in the world for one. That's why I've decided the world doesn't need my 50 invites. Just do a MSN Search to find a blogger that does share (or find a very creative and nice way to ask me).
Because Google seems to be ready for a large increase in the number of accounts, speculation has it that the company is ready to officially launch the service. Gmail for a long time has been in beta.
If you didn't claim your Gmail yet, save yourself the trouble. You are bound to get a username that’s just as lame as the one you now have with Hotmail. And the service isn't all that great - system availability especially is a major issue.
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