Mozilla’s Firefox Relay Email-Hiding Service Goes Premium | #firefox | #chrome | #microsoftedge

Mozilla is making it easier for people to manage their email—and protect their privacy—by expanding its Firefox Relay service with a limitless Premium subscription offering.

Firefox Relay debuted in May 2020 as a browser extension that allows its users to create email aliases, which are essentially burner addresses that forward messages to the account someone actually cares about. But that version of the utility limited users to just five email aliases.

“During the beta testing phase, we heard from many users who wanted more email address aliases,” Mozilla says. “So, we decided to offer a Premium service where subscribers will receive one subdomain alias to create unlimited email aliases, for example [email protected] or [email protected]; a summary dashboard of your email aliases; the option to use your email aliases to reply to emails directly; and customer support through our convenient contact form.”

The free version of Firefox Relay isn’t going away, and it will remain limited to five active email aliases at a time. Both tiers will also limit attachments to 150Kb, which is minuscule compared to the roughly 25MB limit offered by services like Gmail and Outlook, but it’s better than nothing.

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Mozilla says that Firefox Relay Premium is available now in the US, Canada, and select countries throughout Europe and Asia. The service is launching with an introductory price of approximately $1 per month; the company hasn’t revealed the standard monthly price yet.

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