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Topic # 8396 26-Jun-2006 20:24
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(To Admin: If this is not permitted please delete it. I am Not sure if it is allowed or Not)

Free Gmail To anyone who wants it. Just email gmail4free   [a.t.]    cameronhicks    [d.o.t.]   com
Dont buy it of ebay or anyone else. I think everyone should enjoy the service like I Am. Cool

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  Reply # 39769 27-Jun-2006 08:34
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there are loads of free gmail threads here on GZ. I have been pushing it for months, as have others around here.


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Reply # 39785 27-Jun-2006 10:12
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You can also sign up for gmail by using your mobile phone, very easy Cool



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Reply # 39786 27-Jun-2006 10:14
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I tried that and nothing happened. It doesnt work in NZ. Anyway if any one wants one just ask because Gmail is a great service and I think every one should be able to enjoy it.Tongue out

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  Reply # 39789 27-Jun-2006 10:27
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Just Retried Gmail SMS and it did work this time! Cool still if any one wants free gmail just email me

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