Mozilla’s VPN leaves beta, releases for $4.99 per month

Mozilla has opened up access to its VPN to users in select countries like the US and UK, promising to offer faster and anonymous browsing for subscribers. The service was in the testing phase and can now be used, with a monthly payment of $4.99.

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The novelty arrives worldwide from this Wednesday (15) and is available for Windows and Android subscribers, with the iPhone and iPad tool still in the testing phase and a version of the solution for Mac and Linux in development.

The Foundation’s promise that became famous with the Firefox browser is to add more security to browsing. By encrypting all data that is transported across the device, a common concern when access is on some public Wi-Fi than in a square or cafe.

Browsing speed is also on the list of features that users can take advantage of, as the VPN uses far fewer codes than traditional providers. /p>

Initially, only users from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand can access the plan, which costs $4.99 per month. The company allows up to five devices to access the VPN at the same time without any band restrictions and has over 280 servers spread across more than 30 countries.

The Mozilla Foundation promises that more countries will be added to the list. Still this year, but don’t say what they will be.

with information: Mozilla.