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0 to 1/2% is more likely. The last few years have killed any concept of interest payments on cd's or money markets. A regular savings account almost costs more to put money in that you will get from it if you include gas to get there.
Assuming the original poster put $700 into the same account on the same day (July 1st, 2007 is 4 years and 7 months after Trina's initial post), they would have 7/26ths as much interest on theirs-- between $6 and $7.
But if it's been 3 years (instead of 4 and a half), it will be maybe half that much (assuming a constant rate of return since 2007, which isn't so far off as interest has been LOW since then). That'd be in the $3-4 dollar range, most likely. I just ran the online interest calculator (using $700, for 3.0 years, at 0.25% interest), and it said you'd have $5.26 in interest.
It might buy you a cup of coffee, but not a dozen donuts!
Hope that helps,