- Mozilla launches a VPN service.
- Its dubbed as Firefox Private Network VPN.
- Currently, the service is available only in six countries.
After testing since the early days of this year, Mozilla has launched its VPN Service officially today and the same is known as Firefox Private Network, the company has launched the service in six countries and we expect that the same will be expanded to more parts of the world very soon.
Mozilla VPN has officially launched in the US, UK, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand, the same will available on all the popular platforms including Android, IOS, and Windows. It has also confirmed that the Mozilla VPN will support Mac and LINUX very soon.
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The service is coming with many servers across 30 countries and users can able be used on up to 5 devices simultaneously. It is worth noting that, users will need to pay for full-device VPN service and the same is priced at $4.99 per month during the beta program. The service is powered by Mullvad and uses the WireGuard protocol, and the company claims that it doesn’t breach user privacy as it doesn’t log the user’s network activity.
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