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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Gmail Open to All in Europe, Brazil, etc. (But not US or Asia)

Google rumors always seem to travel like wildfire. Earlier reports that Gmail was dropping its invitation-only policy were disputed, but it now appears that Gmail may truly be ready for its primetime debut.

Several bloggers found preliminary sign-up and help pages replacing the current ones that require a mobile phone number in order to open a Gmail account. However, it looks like the rollout will be limited to Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Brazil. A spokeswoman indicated that a North American, Asian, and remaining South American debut would occur "very soon."

Might we be seeing the end of Gmail invites?


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