Mozilla VPN

Mozilla VPN now available on Windows 10 and Android

You can now browse the internet more privately with Mozilla VPN. It cost $4.99, and it's available in six countries.

Mozilla has officially launched its Virtual Private Network (VPN) for Windows 10 and Android devices in six countries, including in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.

It’s a paid service, and it costs $4.99 per month, and like other VPN services, Mozilla VPN offers the ability to make your internet browsing activities more secure and private powered by Mullvad using the WireGuard protocol.

Originally, the service was known as “Firefox Private Network,” but the company changed its name to “Mozilla VPN.”

Although there are many other VPN services you can choose to from these days, the company says that its new service provides a faster browsing experience, and collects only minimal information to run the service and doesn’t keep a log of your activities.

In addition to the US, Canada, and UK, the service is also available in New Zealand, Malaysia, and Singapore with more countries expanding in the future. The company also says that the service will be fully available for iOS users soon (currently, it’s in beta), and a solution for Mac and Linux devices is also in the works.

You can sign up for the Mozilla VPN service now, and it even includes a 30-day trial. The only caveat is that you must provide a payment information to test the VPN service.

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