Lycos Upgrades Customers to 1GB Email Storage

May 18, 2004 - 9:42 am 0 by

Looks like Lycos is following Google's lead with Gmail by providing 1GB of storage to its users. Yahoo! then recently announced it will be providing "virtually unlimited storage" for its paid email customers. Now Lycos will offer 1GB of storage to its paid customer.

Lycos announced Tuesday that it is upgrading its service to give consumers 1GB of e-mail storage. But unlike some rival services being developed, the Lycos service is not free. Users will have to pay a monthly fee of 3.4 pounds ($6.01).
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