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Mozilla Launches Firefox Relay New Premium Plan

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Mozilla recently unveiled Firefox Relay, a new premium plan that offers more when it comes to email aliases and others.

The premium plan starts at an introductory price of $1 /£1 per month for a limited time.

The company introduced the free plan, which gives users the privilege of using five email aliases if they need to sign up for anything online.

This means that once they have subscribed to the premium plans, they will receive their subdomain, after which they can create an unlimited number of emails.

Other privileges include access to a summary dashboard with the emails created, the ability to use their aliases when replying to messages and, a 150kb attachment allowance.

Currently, the premium plan is only available in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland.

Explaining the reason for the premium plan Mozilla said that the move became necessary because many beta testers wanted more than 5 aliases.

For more information, read the original story in Engadget.

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