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April 16, 2009

Virgin Media sends customers to Gmail


by David Allen

Virgin Media will be migrating all of its four million home broadband customers over to Google’s Gmail service.

This will give the customers over 7 Gb worth of storage as well as allowing them to use the @virginmedia.com email for the first time.

It is believed that this could be one of the largest roll outs for an application from Google, with the potential being around forty million new email accounts, as all customers will be able to choose up to ten email accounts each.

The roll out of this Gmail service has already begun with all new customers who sign up to Virgin Media services being assigned to Gmail for their email, while the existing customers will be migrated free of charge from the various platforms that Virgin Media currently use.

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