For whatever reason, now and then you might need an email address that isn’t connected to your phone. This could be because of you temporarily losing access to your phone, just wanting an extra address, or perhaps some clandestine reasons. While the likes of Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Outlook all require you to verify your email account with a phone number (for security reasons), there are a number of free services that don’t require your phone number. In this article, a few different choices are listed.
One of the best options is Yandex Mail – essentially the Russian Google. This is Russia’s largest technology company, and they offer a free email service. Like VK is a version of Facebook, Yandex offers an alternative to Gmail et al. Although at the sign up stage a mobile phone number is requested, you can click a box to say you don’t have a phone number, instead you will enter a security question. The registration is simple, and you can be set up in no time, the link is below.
VISIT Yandex Mail Here
Next up on our list is Mail.com. This service does as the domain name suggests – you get an email account. Mail.com is part of the 1&1 family. There is a premium version of this service, yet, while the basic version can be limited, it will do the job. When you enter the sign-up area of the site, no mobile phone is asked for, with a security question sufficing once more. Again, you can access this site at the link below.
VISIT Mail.com Here
Our final recommendation, and arguably a bit left-field, but Proton Mail is actually an excellent option. This service has an emphasis on security, with all messages encrypted – no need to worry about any third parties! There are both free and premium plans available. However, there are a couple of things to note. First up, with the free plan, you can only send a maximum of 150 messages per day. Secondly, as the service is fully encrypted, there isn’t an option to change a password – if you lose the password you set up the account with – you’ll lose access to the account forever! If you like the sound of this, check out the link below.
VISIT Proton Mail Here
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So there we have it, three email services that don’t require a phone number. There are many others out there, but these are just three simple ones to get you started. We hope this has helped, remember to browse around our site for more articles, and the links for our social media pages are below.