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Explore the benefits of having your own Yahoo! mail address. Sign up for your free account and begin communicating with friends, family, and coworkers today.
Step 1: Go to yahoo.com
Go to Yahoo.com and click on the words Sign Up towards the upper right-hand corner of the screen. A new page will appear.
Step 2: Fill in the information
Enter your first name, last name, gender, birth date, country, and postal code in the provided spaces.
Step 3: Select ID and password
Choose your ID and e-mail address, which will be the same, beginning with a letter and between four and 32 characters long.
Be creative or use your full name, nickname, or business name.
Step 4: Check for availability
Click the Check button to see if your name is available. Yahoo will give you suggestions if your desired name is taken.
Step 5: Choose a password
Choose a unique and memorable password between six and 32 characters long. For added security, use upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Step 6: Fill in information
Enter an alternative e-mail address if you have one. Select two secret questions in the drop-down menu and enter the answers in the spaces provided. The answers must be at least four characters long.
Step 7: Type in the code
Type the security code shown to you in the provided space and then click Create My Account. You will be redirected to a confirmation page. Now get to chatting with friends, family, and coworkers.
Did You Know?
There are more Yahoo! Mail users than there are homes that are served by the United States Post Office.
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