List of Free Email Service Providers

11 Free Email Service Providers

If you are sick of your email provider and considering switching to a new one, then here is a list of free email service providers to help you out. This is a complete list of free email service providers currently on the Internet, at least according to my knowledge. But there are always new ones that get created, so it may not be complete for long. Either way, you can't go wrong with any of the providers on this list.

  1. Gmail
  2. Outlook.com ( This recently replaced Hotmail)
  3. Yahoo (This provides two addresses: xxx@ymail.com and xxx@rocketmail.com)
  4. Aol (America Online)
  5. Yandex.Mail
  6. MySpace (Includes social network and email )
  7. GMX Mail
  8. iCloud Mail
  9. Inbox
  10. Mail (This provides a huge list of extensions including email.com, usa.com, myself.com,london.com, post.com, lawyer.com, dr.com, etc).
  11. My Way Mail

Comments 15 comments

Irfan Ali Shujah 6 years ago

thanx for the list dude.


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zi.ripon 5 years ago from Dhaka,Bangladesh

Gmail is the best e-mail service.


bulk mail mailing 4 years ago

All the email service provider are good but for Bulk mailing this is not that much useful


superheromail 4 years ago

superheromail.com is another free email service provider you could add to your list


MALAY SINGHA 3 years ago

rachana.kayan@yahoo.co.in


Warner 3 years ago

Have E-mail account in msn and hotmail and lately Microsoft have start something I believe are a search of information of it's clients who has accounts in MSN and HOTMAIL. Phone numbers-bank details and other information's of very privet matter. Is that a NSA or CIA operation in order to collect data from all over the world ???. You will be forced to accept a security cod from the provider !!! it's just fine because that make it easy for anybody to enter your account with that cod...and Microsoft calling it ''Sorry for we been over protective''

It's just come in a time where USA have been discover with the hands in the wrong fried-pan and burn them self, but denied that as well.

Now it's time to cut ties with every company who may be part of this information drive to collect data from mail accounts all over the world.

Just a question, where we have a mail provider who fare from US collective operations and who support some kind of privacy.


vishal 3 years ago

I found one more website which gives facility of premium emails and short email ids is www.email.biz


sadsad 3 years ago

htp://mfreesms.com email sms worldwided


bhavdeep singh 3 years ago

I know one more email service provider and the name is https://www.email.biz . This email service provider provides the best secure email service. Moreover, it provides IMAP and POP service through which you can access your all email accounts on your mobile, iPad and system from anywhere. Try to check out once. I think you really like this email provider


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Robert Pirate 2 years ago

Hep, I just wanted to let you know that a new free email service has just been set up. Mailfence (http://www.mailfence.com). Check it and maybe you'll find it link-worthy ! They focus on security and privacy =)


mohammad farooq 23 months ago

I have yahoo.com e mail address


Satvik Kumar 20 months ago

these are very good


Anku 17 months ago

Nice article.

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Mick 8 months ago

The article doesn't include some of the key players when it comes to security and privacy...

- Mailfence.com

- Scryptmail.com

- riseup.org

Nevertheless, it always drops down to one’s preferences and requirements (I personally use mailfence which is free, interoperable, without ads, completely locally hosted and provides an entire collaboration suite i.e. messages, contacts, calendar, documents, polls, tags ….)

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