Stockholm, Sweden: My Webwill, the global service that allows people to make decisions about their digital assets after death, today released two new plans; Free and Lifetime. People can now sign up and choose to deactivate up to ten different accounts in the afterlife, for free.
My Webwill has since launch in June 2010 offered a Premium Annual Account at a special beta price of $9.95 to customers. To give more people around the world the opportunity to take control over their digital assets and online life the service has now expanded the offer into three different plans; Free, Premium Annual and Premium Lifetime with a one time charge.
– As we believe this is such an important subject we want to offer more types of account plans to suit people’s different needs. It’s great to be able to launch the product to those who only want to deactivate their online life. The free account is also a great way of letting users try out the service and then decide if they want to upgrade to a Premium Account and take part of all the features offered there, says Lisa Granberg, My Webwill Co-Founder & CEO.
With any Premium Plan you can deactivate your Internet accounts, change their content and transfer different account details to your loved ones. This applies to an unlimited amount of accounts. With the Free Plan, you can deactivate your Internet accounts after your death. This applies to a maximum of ten accounts.
Swedish service My Webwill lets people take control of their digital assets, even in the afterlife. My Webwill stores people’s passwords and wishes, so that their online identities can be shut down or handed over to friends and family when they pass away. Users can deactivate Internet accounts, change the content or forward passwords to a loved one. The company was founded in 2009.