Yahoo is more than doubling its limits on free email storage, its latest move to combat two of its biggest rivals, Google and Microsoft.
Yahoo's email account holders will get up to 250 megabytes of free storage effective Monday, up from 100 megabytes previously offered.
This follows Microsoft's recent decision to boost the free storage on its Hotmail service to 250 megabytes per account.
Both Yahoo and Hotmail have dramatically increased their storage limits since April, when Google rolled out its free service offering account holders up to 1,000 megabytes of storage.
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