Mozilla has announced that the Firefox Relay browser jobs have graduated from beta. A premium tier has also been made available for those who require more relay addresses to commemorate the launch. The premium tier has a low introductory price of $0.99/€0.99/1.00 CHF per month to encourage its adoption. Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland all have access to the premium service.

During the beta phase, Mozilla received feedback from users that it would be nice if Firefox Relay supported more than five email aliases. To address these concerns, Mozilla decided to offer a premium service in which subscribers receive one subdomain alias to create an unlimited number of email aliases. You can also use your email alias to reply to emails directly and get customer support jobs via a contact form if you upgrade to premium.

Firefox Relay now supports more languages, including Chinese, Dutch, French, English, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian, and Welsh, now that it is no longer in beta. Mozilla stated that it expanded the service to these languages to protect even more people.

Mozilla prioritizes privacy as one of its top priorities. The alias addresses in Firefox Relay will forward emails to your primary email address, but Mozilla never reads or keeps any of the content that passes through its systems. The email is deleted from Mozilla’s servers as soon as it arrives in your primary email inbox.

One important limitation of Firefox Relay that you should be aware of is that it can only handle email attachments up to 150 kb in size. If you notice that emails you expect aren’t arriving in your inbox, it could be because the email contains an attachment more prominent than 150 kb.

You can get started with the product right away by visiting the Firefox Relay website. The website includes information about the free and premium tiers and various use cases for when the service might be useful. The service will require the use of a Firefox account, but you will be given the option to create one if you do not already have one.


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