How do I sign up for the Hotmail Email Account?

To sign up for a new Gmail or Outlook Reside email address, you need to visit the main Outlook website, and you can do this when you go to www.Outlook.net, or by going to internet.Hotmail.com, that now re-directs to the Perspective homepage.

From there, click on ‘Create Free Account’ and you will be taken to the how to create a Hotmail account.



The first thing you will need to do is choose your new email address prefix, or even username. This will need to be unique, so it can not already be in use simply by another Hotmail or even Outlook user. It has to start with a letter, but it can also contain amounts, dashes and underscores.

Automagically, the email address may have the @outlook.com suffix. However, if you click on the pointer next to Outlook.org, you can select @hotmail.com instead.

From there, simply click ‘Next’ and work your way from the sign up form. You will have to decide on a password and enter some basic private information, such as your name, area and preferred vocabulary.

You may also need to get into a security ‘captcha’ code. After completing the form, your brand-new email address will be created.

Hotmail Outlook Join - Quick Enrollment.
This is the step-by-step quick manual for registering a fresh Hotmail or Outlook email account.

- Go to https://signup.live.com/
- Enter your prefered fresh email address (including @hotmail.org or @Outlook.com domain suffix).
- Press Key in.
- If the email address is accepted, select “Next”.
- Enter the security password you would like to use with your account.
- Click “Next”.
- Enter you First Name and Surname
- Click on “Next”.
- Enter your region/nationality as well as birthdate and year.
- Click on “Next”.
- Solve the CAPCHA and click on subsequent.
- Enter you mobile phone number and then click “Send code”.
- Enter the code and click on next.

Your Hotmail account is prepared.

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