The founder of Hey, a new email service that you have to pay US$99 a year to use, says his alternative offers more privacy than existing, free services. Photo: Antony Dickson The founder of Hey, a new email service that you have to pay US$99 a year to use, says his alternative offers more privacy than existing, free services. Photo: Antony Dickson
The founder of Hey, a new email service that you have to pay US$99 a year to use, says his alternative offers more privacy than existing, free services. Photo: Antony Dickson
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Hey, Gmail and Yahoo – there’s a new email service offering more privacy, and it costs US$99 a year

  • Of the 200,000 email users who have downloaded Hey, ‘tens of thousands’ have committed to pay US$99 a year for the service, says Jason Fried, its founder
  • Fried says Hey can better protect its users’ privacy than existing free services such as Gmail, Yahoo and Outlook

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The founder of Hey, a new email service that you have to pay US$99 a year to use, says his alternative offers more privacy than existing, free services. Photo: Antony Dickson The founder of Hey, a new email service that you have to pay US$99 a year to use, says his alternative offers more privacy than existing, free services. Photo: Antony Dickson
The founder of Hey, a new email service that you have to pay US$99 a year to use, says his alternative offers more privacy than existing, free services. Photo: Antony Dickson
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