Tiscali -- 'Free Email'

  spuds 12:46 26 Apr 2003

I subscribe to Tiscali, and recently I have noticed that Tiscali are placing an enthusiast on the wording 'Free Email' in their advertising. Today I checked my email box, and found that this as now been changed to 'Free Email', previously it was Emails. Doe's my mind think, that this 'free email' is suggesting that Tiscali have thoughts of perhaps charging for this service in the near future.
My subscription to Tiscali is via BT Together and Surftime package line. I was notified that this option will no longer be availble in its present format, and I will have to pay an increased £3.00 a month to BT to maintain my present status. The question that I raise: Doe's this mean that I will be forced into subscribing to broadband or some other alternative, for a economical way of maintaining and keeping an internet connection.

  Stuartli 09:12 27 Apr 2003

I use Tiscali and have noticed no difference whatsover in its e-mail services or delivery.

What do you mean by "placing an enthusiast"?

Did you mean to use the word "emphasis"?

  spuds 13:45 27 Apr 2003

I have made no mention to the delivery of my e-mail service, just the 'new' name, Tiscali have now adopted. Perhaps my mind is thinking too far ahead, but I would suspect that the 'free email' title, may soon become another route to further price increases.

As per usual, thank you for your concern in correcting my slipping english (;o))

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