Hotmail, the popular email service that lets you exchange messages with your friends, has just added a new feature for customers who want to send money through the platform.
Users can now add a bank account, money market or Apple account to a Hotmail account.
Users must also create a new account, sign up for the service, and pay a $10 fee to set up the account.
The new feature adds a new “money” category for users to create an account.
The new category will appear on a new hotmail page and users can then create a payment, deposit or withdraw an amount of money, or add it to their Hotmail wallet.
Users need to be signed in with their existing Hotmail accounts to do so.
This means that users who already have a Hotlist or a Hotline account won’t have to create new accounts for their new money market and bank accounts.
Users will be able to send and receive money by adding funds from a Hotbook or Hotmail bank account or by depositing money from a bank.
The Hotmail Money Market account is free and offers a wide range of services, including sending money, transferring money and making online purchases.
Users also get access to the ability to receive free emails from friends.
The Hotline Money Market accounts costs $99 per year, and offers different features, such as the ability for users who are on Hotlines to receive emails and videos from friends and receive a free trial subscription to the service.
In addition to these new features, Hotmail has been working on a mobile payment app that could potentially be used for payments.
Hotmail, which has been operating on the Apple iOS and Android platforms since 2010, has been struggling to get users to sign up with new accounts and to accept payment in the new platform.
According to TechCrunch, a source at Hotmail said the company had started to get more users sign up.
The company is now looking to offer a paypal-like service to users who have an Apple account.