Industry-leading free webmail service is giving away free iPods, movie tickets and a gigabyte of storage in competition for Inbox.com users; anyone can sign up.
Boca Raton, FL, March 15, 2007 - Inbox.com, Inc. announces the start of the Inbox.com International Photo Competition (http://www.inbox.com/competition). All Inbox.com users are automatically entered into the competition. Those who do not have an Inbox.com free webmail account can sign up for one at www.inbox.com. No purchase is necessary. Users need only to invite friends to view their photo album by the end of the competition on 4/12/2007. Those with the most unique visitors to their photo albums will be rewarded with valuable items.
Inbox.com will be giving away
"By having this competition, we want to show that online photo sharing can be fun and easy to use for everyone - no matter what skill level they have. Our Photos service is one of the powerful functions that Inbox.com webmail has to offer," said Inbox.com's CEO, Robert Österlund.
Inbox.com webmail is a robust, free service with 5GB capacity, online storage and backup, photo sharing and organizer. The service includes cross-integration and synchronization functions.
Inbox.com's mission is to bring "the human dimension" into Internet communication by providing useful tools in a clearly designed, user-friendly webmail solution.
About Inbox.com, Inc.
Inbox.com's innovative technologies deliver rich interactive experiences to people around the world. Founded in 2004, Inbox.com today focuses on free webmail, search technology and software applications. Inbox.com products and services are highly ranked by industry experts and users alike. Corporate headquarters is located in Boca Raton, Florida and the Research and Development center is located in the Czech Republic. For more information, visit www.inbox.com.
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