Currently, there are about 266 million people use Yahoo! Mail, which means the odds of getting an address like email@example.com are pretty poor at this point as someone has already taken it.
Free email addresses are typically assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning newcomers choosing yahoo.com IDs are unlikely to get their names or other prime choices when signing up.
Today Yahoo! made things a bit easier by opening up two new domains, @ymail.com and @rocketmail.com. The RocketMail sounds familiar because it’s the name of a company that Yahoo! purchased back in 1997.
The first version of Yahoo! Mail was built on technology developed by RocketMail earlier in the 1990s. You can snag an pretty ID name account using one of the new domains by visiting the new signup page now! Quick before someone get it!