There seems to be no stopping Swedish surfers’ interest in VPN services. There is also fierce competition among the players, who are constantly “forced” to sharpen their offer in order to keep and attract new subscribers. Do not miss our large, continuously updated test of VPN services!
Now another player is coming to Sweden. This is Mozilla, as we know it every day as a developer of the Firefox browser. The company has also offered a VPN service for a couple of years, which uses server technology from the Swedish VPN player Mullvad. On the other hand, Sweden has been missing among the countries that have so far been able to use it Mozilla VPNsomething that will change today when it is released here and in Finland.
In a press release, Mozilla notes that the Nordic interest in the VPN service has been “very large”, where users have been able to sign up on waiting lists. Like many other players, Mozilla focuses primarily on the privacy aspect of VPN browsing. A position one has not been late to take even in the browser market, which is currently dominated by data-savvy Google.
To get started with Mozilla VPN, download the app / application and log in with your Firefox account. A VPN account can include five devices without restrictions, and the service itself costs 10 euros a month. A 30-day free period is also offered, as well as a half-year subscription of 7 euros / month and an annual subscription of 5 euros / month.
Mozilla VPN is available for PC, Mac and Linux as well as for iOS and Android.