For 10 years we have run HulloMail with several different flavours: Free, Premium and Business, with the option of adding on extras such as ‘Get the gist’ voicemail transcription. This year we’ve decided to simplify the service so we’re now moving to two subscriptions: HulloMail Lite and HulloMail Pro.
The free version of HulloMail has been made possible due to funding by advertising. Ads are served by 3rd party advertising companies and we no longer wish users to encounter this intrusion whilst using HulloMail. We’d rather offer a Lite subscription at £0.79/€ 0,99/$0.99 per month or £7.99/€8.99 /$8.49 per year and potentially have fewer but happier customers, rather than rely on advertising revenue to run the service.
I have the free version of HulloMail, what happens now?
We have enabled a one-month trial of HulloMail Pro for all users. Once your trial expires, you can subscribe or deactivate and return to your operator voicemail.
I have HulloMail Premium, what happens now?
We currently charge £8.99/$/€ per year for HulloMail Premium. This subscription is being replaced by HulloMail Lite, an auto-renewable subscription at £0.79/€0.99 /$0.99 per month or £7.99/€8.99 /$8.49 per year. It will include 10 voicemail transcriptions of 10 seconds per month – enough for you to get the gist of the message. Your current HulloMail Premium subscription will run until its expiry date and then you’ll have the choice of subscribing to HulloMail Lite or HulloMail Pro.
I have HulloMail Business, what happens now?
You’ll be paying less! HulloMail Business is becoming HulloMail Pro and we’re reducing it from £4.99/€/$ to £3.99/€4.49/$4.49 each month or £39.99/€44.99/$43.99 each year on a recurring subscription but all features and functions will remain the same.
Why should I pay?
You’ll no longer have to see any ads running in the app and we’ve incorporated get the gist voicemail transcription so you know if a call is important for your first 10 messages each month.
We understand this may not be to everyone’s liking – you can learn how to deactivate and return to your operator here. We’ll be sad to see you go but won’t be offended.