Mozilla launches simple and affordable VPN service

July 16, 2020| MondialPress Translations

We knew that the Mozilla Foundation had been working on a VPN service for some time now. Today, it’s time to get the service up and running.

There are many VPN services available today, so you’re spoilt for choice. Prices vary from one solution to another, most often depending on the features offered. If your privacy is your primary concern, you might be interested to know that Mozilla has just announced the availability of its own VPN service, available for $5 per month.

Called Mozilla VPN, this is a VPN service thought and designed by the foundation behind the very popular Firefox browser. The service will initially be available only from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand. Other countries are expected to be added to the list in the fall of 2020.

According to Mozilla, what makes this VPN solution very attractive is the fact that the foundation has not partnered with any third-party analytics platform. In other words, your data will not be shared with anyone. Mozilla also claims that it does not keep any history of your activities. So you don’t have to worry that someone will ever get their hands on your history.

5$ per month, no logs, no personal data kept

At only $5 per month, Mozilla VPN is one of the most affordable VPN services available. While it may seem to lack some features over others, if you’re simply looking for a solution for your privacy and data encryption, then it might be a very viable option. Mozilla VPN will also be available on a wide variety of platforms, including Windows, Android and iOS. Mac and Linux should soon be supported as well.

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