To sign up for Gmail, create a Google Account. You can use the username and password to sign in to Gmail and other Google products such as YouTube, Google Play and Google Drive.
Go to the Google Account creation page.
Follow the steps on the screen to set up your account.
Use the account you created to sign in to Gmail.
The username that I want is taken
You won’t be able to get a certain Gmail address if the username you requested is:
Already in use.
Very similar to an existing username (for example, if email@example.com already exists, you can’t use firstname.lastname@example.org).
The same as a username that someone used in the past and then deleted.
Reserved by Google to prevent spam or abuse.
Someone is impersonating me
If you believe that someone has created a Gmail address to try to impersonate your identity, you can:
File a report with the Internet Crime Complaint Centre.
Contact your local consumer protection office.
Use Gmail for your business
If you want to use Gmail for your business, a G Suite account might be better for you than a personal Google Account. G Suite starts at £4.60 per user per month and includes the following:
A professional, ad-free Gmail account using your company’s domain name, such as email@example.com.
Ownership of employee accounts so you are always in control of your company’s accounts, emails and files.
24/7 phone, email and chat support from a real person.
Increased Gmail and Google Drive storage.
Mobile device management to keep your data secure, such as the ability to remotely wipe lost devices.
Advanced security and administrative controls.
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