Rumors of Apple offering its MobileMe service for free have surfaced before this, but now some evidence that might hint of such a move has surfaced. A screenshot of a user’s MobileMe account lists the Account Type as a Full Member instead of the usual Individual. While it could be a meaningless change just to make us happy over the weekend, it could also mean that Apple might be offering some of the MobileMe services for free. What do you think? Could this be a move to challenge Google and Microsoft on the mobile email scene?
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