Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox browser, has announced that it’s bringing a private VPN to Android, Chromebook, and Windows as a standalone service.
The firm best known for its line of browsers that come in a variety of flavors on mobile and desktop is charging $4.99 per month for access to its VPN service — no good VPN is ever free, after all. However, it is currently only in the beta phase.
[Update 7/15]: While the US has had access for just short of a month in beta, Mozilla has now confirmed that it is officially available and rolling out to a further 5 countries. If you’re based in the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, or Malaysia, then you should now be able to join up with the $4.99 per month subscription relative to your local currency (h/t/ Android Police).
The waitlist is still open for a wider rollout though. So rest assured that the Mozilla Firefox VPN will expand yet further still over the coming months. However, if you can get signed up you’ll have access to servers in over 30 countries, with no logging of browsing data. If that seems like a good deal to you, then you can sign up here.
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