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Sky Email service moves from Google to Yahoo! platform

Wednesday 13 February 2013 | 10:27 CET | News
Sky Broadband has confirmed that Sky Email will become Sky Yahoo! Mail from April. The service currently uses a Google platform, but Sky said that Google could no longer support its requirements. Customers need to accept the new Terms & Conditions of Yahoo! Mail, after which all e-mails will be transferred to their new account. If they do not accept the new terms, any e-mails and other data remaining in their account will be deleted 30 days after the launch of Sky Yahoo! Mail.

Categories: Internet
Companies: British Sky Broadcasting / Google / Yahoo!
Countries: United Kingdom
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