Complain about .MAC directly to Apple's Feedback

metfoo

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apples pricing on the matter is completely warranted. they are offering allot for a low price. If you dont like it, use a new service from another provider

remember, all good things must come to an end
 

dixonbm

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I agree they have a right to charge for all of those services, but I only want and care about the email part, having an @mac.com email address. The iDisk feature is nice and I admitt I do use it. But I don't need 100mb of space, nor is having that space valuable enough for me to pay for it.
 

tieng

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Apple is one of the few people to offer quality (well, that's kind of debatable, but at least it works most of the time) email service; I'd like to see them take the high road on this and keep the service going.

Mac.com email address are great publicity for Apple; the original suite of iTools was a great way to show how the Mac is a more useful tool than Windows PCs; it's unfortunate that they don't think the publicity is worth more than getting 100 dollars/head/year.

I think 5 MB email and 5 MB home pages should stay free; it's great publicity for Apple, and a great way to still add value to the Mac without squeezing more money out of the users; we should all send them feedback to that effect.
 
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