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At Proton Mail, we’re always looking for new ways to optimize your email experience. Here are four quick actions that will help you get the most out of your inbox:

As a bonus, we’ll upgrade your storage to 1 GB for free after you’ve completed all actions. With double the storage of what our Free plan offers, you’ll be able to store even more messages and attachments in your inbox. 

If you already have a free Proton Mail account, you can start completing actions over the next few days.

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How to track your progress

Log in to your Proton Mail account at mail.proton.me and click on the gift icon located at the bottom left. 

After you complete an action, a checkmark will appear next to it. When you’ve completed all the actions, you’ll receive an email confirming your increased storage space. It’s that simple!

At Proton, we believe that privacy should be the default, and everyone should be in control of how their data is shared and stored online. If you’d like to support our development of privacy-focused services, you can sign up for a free account and complete the actions within 30 days.

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Thank you for being a valuable member of the Proton community. We appreciate your support!

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