Since the number of online hackers increases and some restrictions added to some websites, people like to use the VPN service to get access to the regionally banned content and enjoy it without being tracked. As the usage of the VPN services is increasing day-by-day, the web browser giant Mozilla Corporation releases its own VPN service.
Yes, you heard it right! The company primarily knows for its free and open-source Firefox web browser, has finally landed its own paid VPN service called Firefox Private Network VPN.
The new Firefox Private Network VPN is powered by Mullvad VPN which claims to have a no-logging policy. The service is not like OpenVPN or IPsec, which has traditional protocols. Still, Firefox Private Network VPN uses the cutting edge WireGuard standard which is developed to provide the fastest speed and enhanced encryption. So the WireGuard will be the most unique and standard feature that other services don’t use this. Hence it will be the beneficial feature for the users as other services don’t use this standard.
If you want to use this service then you can start with The Firefox Private Browsing VPN costs $5 per month which is in the beta form and enjoy 30-day with the money-back guarantee if you cancel it within a month of service. Well, the cost of the service is not huge compared to other trending VPN services. The company also confirmed “limited-time beta pricing” so that this price would only be applied for the beta service; we may see the price hike in the final version of the app.
Talking about the availability of the Firefox Private Network VPN, the service is available in more than 30 countries and also supports for up to five connections at the same time. So if you want to test the latest Firefox Private Network VPN service, then visit this page and complete the signup process. You can also go to the Google Play Store and download Firefox Private Network VPN Beta Android app.
Do you think it’s better than other VPNs? What you still miss in the beta and want to see in the final version of the app? Once after using this Firefox Private Network VPN, please do not forget to share your feedback with us in the comment box.