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Are there any stupid ads after you pay for .mac?

post #1 of 6
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Right now, when you are trying out .mac, there are just a bunch of ads saying your account will expire. What do they show after you pay for the service?
post #2 of 6
Well, since the deadline was today, I don't think the trial people will have any ads to worry about any more, and the people that paid, well... paid. So I guess it goes back to the way iTools was.
post #3 of 6
All the nagging e-mails and "warning" screens on the .Mac page go away when you sign up.
post #4 of 6
I heard that you can consolidate several email addresses from old iTools accounts into one .Mac account, can you do this after today's deadline? If one account has been paid into a full .Mac account already can you add an email address that didn't pay after todays deadline or is it completely gone? I'm guessing that I could probably just re-register that email adress if that account is cancelled but I don't know if it will cost extra to get the extra email addresses into one account.
post #5 of 6
Apple recently said somewhere that they're going to "reserve" these existing addresses until something like the end of the year. Anyway, I would search the .Mac page for verification.
post #6 of 6
All I used my iTools account for was email and my iDisk, so me and a friend paid half and half for .Mac, and today I finally converted my .Mac trial to an eMail only account under the newly purchased .Mac, and we're sharing the iDisk because it's so big now. I just now took care of it so I'm set. Thanks though.
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