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Mozilla's VPN + FireFox Relay Is An Affordable Privacy Subscription

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Mozilla has introduced a new subscription package that combines its VPN service with Firefox Relay. Known for its free and open-source (FOSS) Firefox browser, Mozilla makes most of its money from a partnership with Google. As part of the deal, Google is set as the default search option in Firefox in most markets. In recent times, Mozilla has also introduced new ways to make additional money, including the launch of privacy-oriented services like Mozilla VPN and Firefox Relay.

With people using the internet for almost everything these days, online privacy has become more relevant than ever before. However, the numerous data leaks and hacks in recent years have eroded the confidence of many users in online apps and services. In the midst of all the news about slack privacy safeguards in the largest companies, Mozilla remains a beacon of hope, especially for users who value their privacy above all else. For them, VPN services and email relay services are both integral parts of their internet experience, and Mozilla's offerings in these sectors are an easy choice, thanks to the great value they offer.

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Mozilla has announced a new annual subscription package that combines the premium versions of its VPN service and Firefox Relay at a discount. The combined subscription costs $6.99 a month when users sign up for an annual subscription. Taken in isolation, the Mozilla VPN service costs $4.99 per month when paid annually, while Firefox Relay costs $3.99. That means the combined package comes with a $2 monthly discount and reduces the hassle of having to subscribe to different services separately. On top of that, Mozilla is also offering a 30-day money-back guarantee for first-time subscribers.

What Are Firefox Relay And Mozilla VPN?

For people wondering about what Mozilla's Firefox Relay offers, it is a free email relay service that enables users to share relay masks instead of their true email address to protect their identity. The relay masks are programmed to automatically forward all relevant incoming emails to the real inbox. The basic version of the service is available for free, but as mentioned earlier, Mozilla also offers a premium version with more features, including unlimited email masks and phone number masks, for $4 a month when paid annually ($47.88 total).

As for Mozilla's VPN service, it allows users to surf, stream, game, and get work done while maintaining their privacy online. As is the standard industry practice for reputable VPNs, it encrypts the users' network activity and never logs, tracks or share their network data. While the aforementioned promise makes it a lucrative service, it is currently only available in 17 countries, including the U.S., the U.K., Austria, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. Mozilla says "More regions are coming soon," but there's no timeframe for that yet.

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Source: Mozilla


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