It's 2020 and we're charging for ad-free email? Really???
When I try to check my email, my ad-blocker tells me it's blocked 70 FREAKING ADS just on my inbox page. And then you guys have the absolute gall to try to force people to either put up with that nonsense, or PAY for ad-free email? You know how many ads Gmail forces me to see while using their service? Zero.
Carl L Simpson commented
If you don't want to host free email, just let us know and we will move to Gmail and support Google. Oh wait, your actions are telling us to do that. I get it, if you make money good, otherwise you WANT us going to Gmail. Fine, to show my contempt, I am staying. I am putting up with your silly games and any money I spend, will be with Google. That a way Yahoo!
Daniel Turner commented
Don't ever ******* put partisan ******** in my inbox again you leftist *****
Raymond D. commented
I am already switching all of my important away from yahoo.
Your stupidity and greed are inexcusable. You obviously do not want any users. Paying you for what has become nearly unusable "service" WILL NEVER HAPPEN FOR ME OR MANY OTHERS.
ENOUGH OF THIS BU*L S*IT!!!
Christopher Posey commented
Same here in a single day of leaving my yahoo mail open with adblocker running it blocks over a 1,000 (A freakin' THOUSAND!) ads. If their revenue model needs this kind of push from me, they need to rethink it. How on earth are they able to charge $3.49 a month to reclaim the revenue of 1,000 ads a day? Maybe we should just click on every single ad, then contact the advertising company and let them know that we came from Yahoo and in protest of Yahoo's policies we are clicking ads so the advertisers have to pay Yahoo, but we don't intend to purchase anything form the advertiser. See how long that lasts.