You May Have To Pay To Use Firefox, Starting This Fall

Aadhya Khatri - Jun 12, 2019


You May Have To Pay To Use Firefox, Starting This Fall

Mozilla is planning to introduce a more premium version of its Firefox web browser this fall. Chris Beard, the company’s CEO, told T3N in an interview

Mozilla is planning to introduce a more premium version of its Firefox web browser this fall. Chris Beard, the company’s CEO, told T3N, a German media outlet in an interview that it wanted to launch the new version in October along with features such as secure cloud storage and VPN.

Mozilla is testing with a VPN service in partnership with ProtonVPN. The subscription is $10. Now, it intends to give you some free of charge VPN bandwidth to start with and then ask you for a subscription fee.

Firefox-VPN-service
The subscription is $10

Beard also said that the company did not have the intention to charge users for the features that are free now. Here is what he said:

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There has not been a price scheme for the service now but a lot of people think that the privacy-focused feature is an attractive offering, especially when it is increasingly harder to avoid being tracked online, and data leaks are rampant with social media sites.

Dave Camp, Firefox’s senior vice president has confirmed the news of a paid version. He said that the product was under development at the moment:

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