Mozilla's Standalone Firefox VPN is Now Available in Beta

Mozilla has a new virtual private network service and if you have a Chromebook, a Windows 10 computer or an Android device in the US, you can start using a beta version now. From a report:

Called Firefox Private Network, the new service is designed to function as a full-device VPN and give better protection when surfing the web or when using public Wi-Fi networks.

The company offers two options: a free browser-extension version, which it launched in beta last year, that provides 12 one-hour VPN passes when using the Firefox browser and a Firefox account; and a second, $4.99-a-month option that provides a more complete VPN service across your whole device.

  • The new paid option, which runs off of servers provided by Swedish open-source VPN company Mullvad, can protect up to five devices with one account.

It allows for faster browsing and streaming, and gives you the ability to tap into servers located in β€œ30-plus countries” for masking your location data.

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