Give us a "P" Bob. No, on second thought, give us a Pmail account. For #20 a year, The Personal Email Company will give you the opportunity to set up an account on the Web, allowing email messages to be sent and received wherever you have access to a browser.
Another bonus, claims the company, is that there's no need to change email addresses with each change of employer or ISP - a potential money-saver for those who print email addresses on business cards, only to change ISPs later on.
However, there is a snag. Pmail has competition in the US, and it's free. HotMai, Juno and Bigfoot are just a few among many competitors. (www.pmail.net).
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