Email Service Offers Free Premium Accounts to All Users

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Alternative Fuse, a new email service officially launched a few months ago, seeks to grow its base by offering free premium webmail accounts to all users.

Alternative Fuse Free Webmail

Alternative Fuse Free Webmail

Alternative Fuse, a new email service officially launched a few months ago seeks to grow its base by offering free premium webmail accounts to all users.

Alternative Fuse is expanding, only a few months in and already with thousands of users; however, this is not enough to the developers of the email service who are offering free web email accounts to all users that are willing to post a comment or review about Alternative Fuse services on their Facebook, Twitter, or Blog account.

Not a bad deal considering that the professional premium service goes for $14.99 on up per year. When a user gets a premium account they get a good deal of services for the industry standard, these services include; unlimited storage for both email and files, unlimited 24 hour response support, no advertisements, additional templates with added security, and priority for all new products.

This service is a no-risk extended trial for anyone who wants more from their current email service provider, Alternative Fuse is positive that those who use the product will stay due to the high amount of user customization allowed under the Graphical User Interface. Unlike other paid services, under the current free plan all who receive the premium service will receive their account free for a full year, and furthermore, users will not be asked for any financial information.

What the service offers is more comparable to that of a professional email, such as; Microsoft’s Outlook, however, with a few differences, the main difference being that Alternative Fuse’s service is web-based, and does not at the current time offer SMTP support. However, the options and amount of functional capabilities offered by the webmail service go far and beyond what is offered in traditional accounts such as Gmail, Yahoo!, and Hotmail. Examples of these services are: email forwarding, auto responses, file storage, support, preferences (such as; reading options, and RSS feeds) a news aggregator, a built-in calendar, email aliases, POP3 account setup, advanced message rules, contacts database, and advanced email search.

Even the inbox, with its multiple language functionality is more functional than the industry standard, which tends to be an over-simplified template designed for grandmothers who still don’t know what the internet is. The inbox gives all the conceivable options directly to the user, so be forewarned it would be beneficial to take the time to review all the options available to fully grasp the concept. For example, the inbox has options to “Delete, destroy, flag, mark, move, block senders, block subjects, forward, forward as attachment, reply, reply to all, Quickview, Fullview, add to contacts”, and much more.

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