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  • 10 aliases
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Reply/Send from alias
  • 1 mailbox
  • Browser extensions
    Chrome, Firefox and Safari
  • iOS, Android App
  • Secure your account with TOTP and/or WebAuthn (FIDO)
  • Sign in with SimpleLogin


or $4 billed monthly
  • Everything in the Free Plan
  • Unlimited aliases
  • Unlimited custom domains
    Bring your own domain to create aliases like
  • Catch-all (or wildcard) domain
  • Initiate a new email from your alias
    You can create a reverse-alias to send an email to a new contact.
  • 5 subdomains new
  • 50 directories/usernames
  • Unlimited mailboxes
  • PGP Encryption

What people say about SimpleLogin

SimpleLogin was the best thing that's ever happened to me (and I assume it the same applies to others who have tried it out. :) ). I use it mainly to protect my main e-mail from companies that potentially don't respect GDPR laws or can't be bothered to.

Verum Rex

I’ve been using SimpleLogin for almost a year. Super helpful and pairs well with ProtonMail for added privacy and identity protection.


SimpleLogin is one of my favorite go-to products for privacy and security.

The premium plan gives instant access to custom domains, which allows you to manage all your custom domains with catch-all rules for example and use them on the fly.

The major benefit of using email aliases like SimpleLogin allows, is that in case of a data breach, it's impossible for the hackers to find your other accounts, as you would have a different alias for each account.

Breaches take place on a **daily** basis. And once your email account is in the wild, it will stay there forever. There is no way to get it back.

And for those who are wondering, you can even send emails from an alias straight from your email provider (like Gmail or ProtonMail), to always maintain your privacy even when exchanging with people via email.

I **highly** recommend using SimpleLogin, and I **highly** recommend taking the very generous premium plan. I have been using their service since a few months now, and I really can't recommend it enough.

Maxime Desalle

I have been using SimpleLogin for a while and I love it especially for its privacy-focused design!

Yuko Fukushima

Definitely recommend for email lovers. Super useful when it comes to privacy. What makes SL stands out is that emails are allowed to send out. Keep up the good work, Son!

Minh-Duc Do

SL is next to a DNS firewall & a password manager the most important service you can (and should!) use for upping your privacy game! I love SL and I'm using it daily. All my mails get encrypted and forwarded to my Protonmail with PGP encryption. I can't imagine an internet without it.

Atmos Black

Been SimpleLogin for a while. great browser integration, easy to use and the added privacy by not having to use your real email address everywhere

Craig Bensemann

Used this for years now. The creator is responsive and awesome as a whole. Product is 10/10 for what it does. Cheap as all hell as well. Use it for all of my emails. Super reliable and easy to setup with my own domain. Just really really nice.


A year ago I decided to use SimpleLogin as a means of containerizing much of my online presence, all part of a move to improve my privacy among other things. The simplicity of managing my various aliases is amazing, and it's great knowing that if/when an email alias is compromised or gets spammed, etc, I can just kill it with a flip of a switch and not have to battle with emails I don't want. Very satisfied with how that's working out for me right now.


I've found SimpleLogin last year and subscribed to premium before my trial expired. In my opinion it's the first solution of this kind which is fully thought out through. I especially appreciate support for replies and custom domains. Thanks to the latter feature I was able to migrate my catch-all email domain to SimpleLogin and kill off some compromised aliases used only by spammers.

My only wish is if there were integration with password managers (especially Bitwarden), but that's not really a Simplelogin's issue.

Oh and did I mention it's fully open-source with nice documentation for self-hosting?

Jan V.

Frequently asked questions

When your subscription ends, all aliases you created continue working normally, both on receiving and sending emails. Concretely:
- All aliases/domains/directories/mailboxes you have created are kept and continue working normally.
- You cannot create new aliases if you exceed the free plan limit, i.e. have more than 10 aliases.
- As features like catch-all or directory allow you to create aliases on-the-fly, those aliases cannot be automatically created if you have more than 10 aliases.
- You cannot add new domain, directory or mailbox.

For example, if you have 100 aliases by the time your subscription ends, these 100 aliases will continue receiving and sending emails normally. You cannot however create new aliases.

If you are in the free plan, you cannot create new aliases when you reach the maximum number of aliases (i.e. 10 aliases).
Aliases that would otherwise be created automatically via the catch-all domain or directory feature also cannot be created.

We offer important discounts or free premium for:
- students, professors or technical staffs working at an educational institute
- activists, dissidents or journalists
- charity organizations
Please send us an email at for more info.

We used to offer free premium accounts for students but this program ended at June 17 2021. Please note this doesn't affect existing accounts who have already benefited from the program or requests sent before this date.

We use Paddle for handling payments via credit cards and PayPal. Paddle currently supports the following payment methods:

  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • PayPal
  • Apple Pay
  • Wire Transfers (ACH/SEPA/BACS)
  • Maestro
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Diners Club
  • JCB
More information can be found on Paddle supported payment methods.
For cryptocurrency, we use Coinbase Commerce that currently supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dai, Ethereum, Litecoin and USD Coin. In the future, we are going to support Monero as well. In the meantime, please send us an email at if you want to use this cryptocurrency.

No we don't have a refund policy because SimpleLogin has a trial period where you can try all premium features.

No we don't have a family plan but offer 30% reduction for additional subscriptions. Please contact us at for more information.

Yes you can also buy SimpleLogin subscription coupon via ProxyStore, our official reseller.