Mozilla has officially launched its VPN service in six different countries and the company says it plans to expand it to more sites and platforms in the coming months.
At this point, the Mozilla VPN is available for users in the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia running Windows, Android and iOS (beta) systems.
Mozilla says it is already working on VPN applications for macOS and Linux, but has not announced a possible release date.
Mozilla explains that what sets VPN's own apart from its competitors is the real speed they will give users after activating the application.
“The first thing you may notice when installing it Mozilla VPN is how fast your browsing experience is. This is because Mozilla VPN based on modern and simple technology, the 4.000 lines of code of the WireGuard protocol, is the size of old protocols used by other VPN service providers ", the company states.
Of course, Mozilla guarantees that no data will be recorded and that information will not be shared on third-party analytics platforms.
"We do not maintain user data logs and do not work with third-party analytics platforms that want to create a profile of what you do online."
The Mozilla VPN is available today in the above countries for $ 4,99 per month and subscribers can activate it on a maximum of five different devices. The VPN service uses more than 280 servers in more than 30 countries, so technically, it will not only add to your complete privacy, but will not cause any downtime.