In addition to offering the world a non-Chromium-based browser, Mozilla has many other services to help users recover their Internet privacy. One of these tools has just been released in beta and released to the public.
Firefox Relay is available for Firefox users. It also has a premium level with additional functions.
Firefox Relay is a service that puts "privacy first", according to the company. Helps you hide your email address to protect your online identity. The free Firefox Relay level allows users to have up to five email aliases for use anywhere on the web without revealing their real address.
The new Firefox Relay service will redirect all emails to your real account.
Mozilla has been testing Firefox Relay for the past year.
To sign up for Firefox Relay, visit relay.firefox.com and sign in to your Firefox account. After that, you can create five random email aliases. Those who need more can sign up for Firefox Relay Premium.
Firefox Relay Premium
Firefox Relay Premium costs $ 0,99 per month. but is available in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland.
For $ XNUMX a month, Firefox Relay users can have unlimited email aliases and a custom domain, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, the premium level offers the option of using email aliases for instant email responses and customer support.
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One of the main disadvantages of the new service is the small size of attachments: Mozilla only allows 150 KB of attachments per email.