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Posted 17th Dec 2018

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Guy at Alton Towers explained that by simply signing up to nowtv again with your existing email address and +1 at the end of it (joebloggs+1@anymail.com) you can take advantage of the free 14 day trial again. Confirmation emails will come to your original email address.

You will have to re enter card details and cancel the free trial to ensure you are not billed after the trial ends.
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Please note this Gmail trick works with many services, full information

1. Use (+) to create unlimited siblings of your Gmail address
Yes, that’s possible. Just append a plus (“+”) sign after your email address and after that, you can insert any combination of words or numbers to create any number of personalized email IDs with the same inbox.

For instance, if your current email ID is windowsclub@gmail.com, you can modify email to windowsclub+authors@gmail.com or windowsclub+contactme@gmail.com or use any combination to still receive an email with the same ID, windowsclub@gmail.com.

Hence using this Gmail trick, you will be able to create multiple aliases of your primary ID and that too without tweaking any setting or configuration.

Tips:

You can make use of multiple aliases to sign up with web services with their name after the (“+”) sign. So, when you get an email from them on your primary ID you will know instantly which service has sent you the email.
You can use an alias name to sign up for social channels and use their name while registering. For instance, thewindowsclub@gmail.com can be modified into thewindowsclub+facebook@gmail.com, thewindowsclub+twitter@gmail.com, and so on.


2. Use (.) dot to create multiple addresses of your primary address

This is another Gmail trick on how you can create multiple email addresses by inserting (.) dot anywhere in your Gmail address. Gmail doesn’t recognize periods as characters in addresses and just ignore them even if you enter by mistake.
For example, windowsclub@gmail.comcan be written as windows.club@gmail.com. The emails would still go at the primary address. Remember the periods in your email address count for nothing and hence you can create multiple ids.
Tip: You can still sign up for an online service even without revealing your email id. Just use an alias name by inserting (.) dots in between and if you want to create an email filter for that id to know the emails coming for that online service. Delete or keep such emails as per your wish.
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