Your new e-mail address could be just a few clicks away...
You can own a custom e-mail address - email@example.com - that you can keep no matter how often you change Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Here at New e-mail Address we can provide you with an easy-to-remember personal or business e-mail address that you will be proud to share with other e-mail users, plus features that set our e-mail package leagues ahead of other e-mail providers.
We honestly believe that we're the cheapest and the very best on the 'Net. Our charges are only £40 annually fully inclusive for unlimited e-mail boxes, and we operate a no-quibble money back guarantee if you're not 100% satisfied with our service.
You only need two things in order to create a new e-mail address, and both are only a few clicks away:
That's where New E-mail Address comes in: we will register the domain name of your choice and provide you with an e-mail account with masses of storage space.
You don't have to have a website to own a domain name. If you register a domain name with New E-mail Address we will look after it in our 'free parking' area. If someone else tries to buy your domain name it will come up as unavailable, and if someone goes to your domain on the web, it will show up as being reserved. By registering a domain name you can be safe in the knowledge that you have the web address of your choice should you decide to put up a website at some point in the future; in the meantime, you can use your domain name for e-mail, and reap the benefits.
The longer you leave registering a domain, the more likely someone else will get there first! Many popular names have already gone and so you may need to be more creative in your choice; suggestions to get the e-mail address that most accurately reflects you include:
Want to know more? Take a look at our jargon-busting Frequently Asked Questions page.
Lee is a Personal Trainer. Until recently, Lee's business card provided all of his contact details except his e-mail address. Understandably, Lee felt that his professionalism would be undermined by 'firstname.lastname@example.org'. Thanks to a friend who recommended our services, Lee's card and business stationery now proudly sports "email@example.com". Now isn't that better?!
Your company name says a lot about you, as Mister Bit (Interior Decorator), the Lawn Ranger (Garden Services) and Jim'll Mix It (Cement Specialists) will tell you.
A catchy name will make your business stand out from the crowd, and a matching e-mail address is a key ingredient of your professional identity.
UK domain names alone are being registered at an astronomical rate of 200,000+ per month, so if your choice of domain name is available we highly recommend that you register it as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Why do ISPs (Internet Service Providers) give free e-mail addresses? To keep you subscribed to their service. Let’s say you are signed up with GoodDeal and BetterDeal comes along and offers you better value. If you switch, you may miss e-mails.
With people relying more and more on e-mail for important communication, changing primary e-mail addresses is not a trivial matter - just try and think back to all the people and websites you have given your e-mail address to. It's just not good practice to have a vital contact channel tied to whoever is providing your Internet service. One you’d prefer to have for life, the other you will likely change several times, so don’t bind them.
The same issues forced a law with mobile phone companies to allow their users to keep their numbers even when they changed carriers. For e-mail the only way to correct this issue is to not take the ISP provided e-mail in the first place. Just never use it, because you can’t take it with you.
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