• Demographic expansion expected to drive continued growth in 2021-22
  • Introduces worldwide email delivery network across 15 locations globally
  • Bags Enterprise Solution Rights For Browserling Inc, Kaksha.ai, SntHostings and BMG Informatics in 2021

New Delhi, July 29, 2021: India’s leading privacy-first email provider Letter, announces a phenomenal growth of 260 percent. New bookings have increased to 4 times and the existing customer base subscription has increased nearly 120 percent.

The company recently bagged enterprise solution rights for online cross-browser testing service Browserling Inc; stealth startup, Kaksha.ai; affordable web hosting, SntHostings and end-to-end IT solutions company BMG Informatics. The state-of-art email hosting provides business grade email with no limitations and offers exclusive features such as unlimited users, unlimited domain names, unlimited aliases and unlimited filtering rules. The Enterprise Solution comes with unrestricted emails, private communication with highest security and military grade encryption, better and faster support with efficient technical assistance.

Driving business operations across Education, IT Solutions, Software, Industrial Electronics and Web hosting sectors, Letter’s business ecosystem now includes national as well as international clientele from across 10 countries including India, Portugal, Bangladesh, Singapore, Netherlands, UK, Japan, Brazil, Chile and Australia.

Letter has also launched a new Email Delivery Network globally. Spanning across 15 locations including India, France, Germany, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Sweden, Russia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, South Africa, Singapore, Japan, and Australia, this new development has been optimized for faster access to emails. The worldwide server allows you to send emails to free email providers like Gmail, Outlook, Yandex, Zoho, Hush, Protonmail and the likes without unnecessarily getting lost or ending in spam as the new network is scalable enough to accept millions of emails per minute with 99.9999% deliverability. Ensuring technological excellence, the new service allows you to accept incoming emails even if your Letter account is taken down for maintenance as the mail delivery network accepts mails and queues them until your account is restored.

Commenting on the success Sunit Kumar Nandi, Founder and CEO of Letter said, “It has been a significant journey so far. With our unwavering commitment towards customer satisfaction and global standards of security, we have been reporting 14% growth month on month. Driven by industry first initiatives and technological innovations, we have been successful in achieving strategic milestones and expanding our footprints from India to 14 countries. It is indeed overwhelming to see that our new products have been experiencing accelerated demands and trust from global customer base.”

About Letter:

Founded by IIT Guwahati student Sunit Kumar Nandi, Letter is India’s privacy-first email provider start-up, which solves the problem of email communications being treated as an afterthought in a world where email is the backbone of everything. 

Packed with an array of advanced features- an intuitive user interface, impressive performance and global security standards which boasts of strongest data privacy and encrypted storage for emails. Letter is available worldwide for individuals, businesses and organizations, and email hosting plans can be purchased directly from https://letter.is. Plans start from as low as INR1320 / 15€ per year for 4GB storage. The existing client portfolio includes individuals and businesses from India, Portugal, Bangladesh, Singapore, Netherlands, UK, Japan, Brazil, Chile and Australia.


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