30GB Web Mail Launches Into Beta

A new web mail service launched today promising to bring users an email inbox of 30gb.

30gigs.com started off with the idea of creating an "All in one" site for the webmaster and avid computer users. According to the sites "about us" page, combining personal file storage, GD2 signatures and anonymous email all in one service, which would be free.

"Our main goal is to increase our space even further, to 50 gigs, or maybe 100 as time goes on. 30Gigs.com is still in a very heavy beta, and if you are a member, please help us to make it the best mail server there is. We will be offering a section for personal file storage (up to 30 gigs) and a GD2 signature maker to keep your email safe from spam robots. We also offer a unique feature, which allows you to send a email from any address you want."

However, many users here at Neowin are wary of the service, it's privacy policy and terms of service. One user at Neowin, Qumahlin, called the service "shady" and stated "the ToS/Eula is amazingly short". The service is currently in beta and mimicking Google's GMail service it requires an invite to gain access to the service.

Like other services that have popped up on the internet promising gigs worth of email we don't expect it to last longer than a few months so grab an invite whilst you can.

View: Grab An Invite - Neowin Forums

View: 30Gigs.com

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