Email’s new heyday Email sucked for years. Not anymore, we fixed it. HEY’s fresh approach transforms email into something you want to use, not something you’re forced to deal with.
The personal email service with a highly desirable @hey. Com email address.
Hey for domains
Email for companies or individuals who want to use their own custom domain name.
- per user per month
- $99 paid yearly
- per user per month
- paid monthly
- Every account includes a @hey.com address of your choosing
- The core email-redefining features in HEY are yours to use
- Use HEY on the Web, Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, and Android
- HEY stops people from snooping on your activity
- Plenty of room for all your emails and attachments
- Email the web with HEY World
- We won’t use personal data to sell ads or any other purpose
- All prior features, plus...
- The first user you is only $10/month, the rest are $12/month
- Send and receive emails using your own domain name
- Centralized billing and account management for your team
- Add people to threads instead of cc’ing and forwarding
- Private thread comments keep the entire story in one place
- Set up aliases like support@ that go to multiple people
- Collect and collaborate on multiple threads in one place
Email sucked for years. Not anymore — we fixed it. HEY’s fresh approach transforms email into something you want to use, not something you’re forced to deal with. Tens of thousands of people have already made the switch from Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, and other email services. Email as you know it is out the door. Email as you want it just arrived. HEY’s totally familiar, but completely different. When someone emails your @hey.com address for the very first time, they don’t get straight through, they land in The Screener. This is where you decide if you want to hear from them or not. Yes and they’re in, No and you’ll never hear from them again. It’s consent-based email, where you’re in control. If you say “Yes” and screen someone in, their email lands in one of three places: important email you want to read immediately goes to The Imbox, non-urgent email like newsletters that you read occasionally go to The Feed, and things like receipts that you rarely need to read go to The Paper Trail. And it’s all up to you — you tell HEY where you want someone’s email to go.