Mozilla’s official blog announces new product: Mozilla VPN
Mozilla VPN will exit Beta in the next few weeks costing $ 5
In a post on the official Mozilla blog, the foundation announced that Mozilla VPN is being developed and is now available in Beta. With the beginning of the pandemic, the world started to stay at home and demand more and more services and activities online. In this scenario Mozilla is seeking to develop new products to ensure the security and privacy of users around the world.
In the publication, the development team explains that VPN is an idea that has been in progress since 2019. To help the team better understand what users were looking for, several Betas users were recruited from around the world.
The Beta version is available for download in the United States for Android, iOS, Windows and Chromebook. Soon we will see that the product is also available for Linux and MacOS. To test the version you need to enter a waiting list, once the invitation is received, just download and install the VPN, activate it and browse. According to the publication Mozilla will notify you as soon as the product is also available in other countries.
In the coming weeks the VPN will leave the Beta phase, ceasing to be VPN Firefox Private Network and will become Mozilla VPN, a standalone product. In this way the VPN will be able to reach a wider range of users. The service fee is being offered for a limited time at the price of $ 4.99, the plan allows you to protect up to 5 devices. However, for those who already use the Firefox browser, you purchased VPN for free as an extension.
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