Turkcell general manager Murat Erkan announced at the Turkcell Technology Summit last April that they were working on a domestic email service. Turkcell‘s domestic e-mail service, which came across yaaniMail was officially introduced with a press conference held yesterday.
Turkcell, which introduces yaani, the local search engine in 2017,continues its Yaani adventure with YaaniMail, an e-mail service. YaaniMail, an email service that can be used both from mobile apps and desktop, will serve both individual users and corporate companies.
YaaniMail, which will have a free option for the individual user, has a quota of 2GBfor the individual user. With a simple design, YaaniMail uses blue and white designs on both the mobile app and desktop side.
For the time being, you can send 50 MB files with YaaniMail and email them to 50 different email addresses at the same time. YaaniMail, which will also offer a paid service for institutions, will offer an e-mail service with the extension of the institution’s own domain name or with the @yaani.com extension, according to the request of the institutions. The information of YaaniMail users will be stored in Turkcell’s data centers.
Aiming to reach 2 million registered users within 1 year, YaaniMail will offer both email and calendar features together. The mobile application of the platform, which can be obtained by name and surname thanks to its new entry into the service, can be used without spending from turkcell subscribers’ internet package. YaaniMail will work integrated with Turkcell’s cloud storage platform Lifebox and verification service Quick Login. .
Turkcell Digital Services and Solutions Deputy General Manager Ataç Tansuğ,who said that they were very happy to introduce Turkey to YaaniMail, said that turkcell continued to domestic digital services with the principle that Turkey’s data should remain in Turkey.