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    Alex Reynolds commented  · 

    I used to be a Proton Unlimited subscriber, however after a few months I realised I barely made use of the full feature set of the plan, and couldn't continue to justify the cost.

    I have subscribed to a year of Pass Plus, mostly for the SimpleLogin integration and I do thoroughly enjoy the plan!

    However, I would also like to subscribe to Mail Plus. While I don't tend to use the Calendar side of the plan, there are a few features in Mail that I would enjoy using.

    But when I went to also subscribe to Mail Plus, I noticed that if I did that I would have the remainder of my Pass Plus plan subtracted from the Mail Plus subscription and Pass Plus would be cancelled!

    It feels like this is such a basic feature, to be able to subscribe to individual services from Proton. And I have seen many posts across different sites saying the same thing...

    I see 2 possible solutions:
    * Allow users to select multiple plans at once
    * Allow users to choose which individual features they want to purchase, such as custom email domains (Mail), integrated 2FA and SimpleLogin (Pass).

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    Alex Reynolds commented  · 

    I am already using Proton Pass for it's SimpleLogin integration. However, this feels like such a basic feature! For example, my college has many subdomains under their main domain for things like classwork and such, and it's annoying seeing 3 individual logins whenever I am trying to login to one of them!

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