Last updated on August 13th, 2015 at 01:28 pm
Gmail is about to unveil a custom email address feature for standard Gmail users. As reported by GSMArena, Google is now planning to give away the custom email addresses for the Gmail users.
The new feature would allow you to switch to a firstname.lastname@example.org email address for your existing standard Gmail account for a price of $2 per month per user.
The folks at GSMArena found out that the options in the above screenshot appeared randomly on the Gmail website. The options let the users choose from various plans that start at just $2/user/month. The basic option comes with a custom email ID and a 15 GB of limited storage space.
According to GSMArena, the new plan has been added in addition to the ‘Gmail for Work’ and ‘Gmail for Work unlimited’ plans.
Clicking on the Get Started button opens another pop-up menu which asks you to fill in details of your existing domain. It also went on to say that the feature will be rolled out in the future. As of now, the three options screen has disappeared.
It is yet unconfirmed if the feature will be rolled out to all Gmail users anytime soon. It seems like Google is gauging user interest in the feature by showing it to only selected users.
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