The management at Alternative Fuse has stressed the importance in maintaining system integrity and quality.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2012
Alternative Fuse the premium email service provider is going to open its metaphorical doors to the next 1000 or so registrants free of charge; this means that anyone who wants to receive the exceptional service offered by the Alternative Fuse company will be able to do so indefinitely as part of a one-time only promotional offer before Alternative Fuse formally closes its doors to free service users.
The service normally costs a relatively low $10 USD per year and it’s worth noting that the current promotion does not cover upgrades, support, or guaranteed anything. However, what it does do is offer sleek templates to go with unlimited webmail and email file storage. Insider information indicates that Alternative Fuse is planning on upgrading their platform, including; their templates, message encryption, user accessibility, interface, among an assortment of things. It is not entirely certain why Alternative Fuse suddenly wants to allow 1000 new registrations and then close out the service to strictly paid members only. Perhaps, it is to promote discussion over the quality of the service which tends to fair quite high in most social circles; or perhaps it is to allow Alternative Fuse the ability of focus more on the quality of their service without having to worry about two different levels of service switching instead to only one quality.
Alternative Fuse has had a hard time competing with the big name email services; this is due in large part to the public’s reluctance to switch from their comfort zone as well as the challenge faced by the secure email service as a small budget firm taking on the big names in email. The management at Alternative Fuse has stressed the importance in maintaining system integrity and quality; for example, where some firms might take private information and sell it over the internet or place large in-cumbersome ads throughout the email network, AltFuse has swayed from that instead of opting for solutions that might gradually produce revenue and limit the amount of intrusive ads throughout the network. Further developments indicate that these humble tactics have not paid off as much as they ought to have, thus, AltFuse has decided to eventually eliminate the ads on the network and anything that might take away from email efficiency in favor of a user friendly experience, this means that AltFuse will be doing away with the free platform in favor of a more robust advanced user friendly experience.