I already passed 1 Gb on Gmail . It happened in 5 months. I receive a Lot of funny clips & pics and it fills up real quick if you don't throw away most of the large attachments.Quarto said:It's no more expensive than offering 100mb of space, for the simple reason that users will use the same amount of space regardless of whether their space limit is 100mb or 1tb. It's basically a bluff - they know no individual user will ever use more than a fraction of the space they offer, so it doesn't cost them anything to offer them so much space.
It's the same with Gmail, of course - unless you receive emails with 50mb attachments or something, there is simply no way you will ever accumulate 1gb worth of mail in your mailbox.
Maj.Striker said:It's like promising somone 1000 lbs of Baking Soda. Sure a couple of people might get all excited but your average shopper won't ever need 1000 lbs so they'll never take advantage of it.