Are there any completely free newsletter services available?

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I have in the past used a newsletter service whereas you create a newsletter using their templates and then setup dates for automatic emailing... however, only the first 30 days was free for this service. Are there any newsletter services completely free of charge?
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Try Letterpop. Up to 10 or so addresses once a month are free. Mail Chimp has a free option also, although I'm not sure of the terms...
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I guess I can try those, 10 is kinda low though.... if I get 11 requests, I'm screwed... I don't yet make enough money to invest.
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Thanks for the suggestions Kimberly!

I also think Nabble.com have a free newsletter service?
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Donald

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I'll try Nabble also, thanks for the suggestions.
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Nabble Oh yes, I forgot about that one.. it is embeddable, too i believe. I have not used that one yet.
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In my search I found an even better solution with Mail Chimp: free up to 500 customers (3000 e-mails per month). Anything above that has different monthly fees accordingly. I also have a small business and don't yet have close to 500 customers so this will work out very nicely for me. Hope this helps although it has been 7 months ago. Check out Mail Chimp below:
http://eepurl.com/ByZt
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Thanks for sharing that tip!
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groups.google.com
ymlp.com/yourmailinglistprovider.com
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Thanks Ayesh for sharing your suggestions as well.
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Walter

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Blastermate.com is still in beta but lets you have 750 subscribers.
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Jeff Parrish

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Beta accounts will not be retired after the beta, either
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