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Tech & ScienceMozilla to offer premium services to Firefox users via paid subscriptions

12:00  12 june  2019
12:00  12 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Firefox is no longer the Internet Explorer/Edge alternative that it used to be for most people. Instead, Google was able to power through the browser At least not in a way that is leveraged so heavily within the company’s browser. This information about the Mozilla ’s new paid subscription service

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Mozilla to offer premium services to Firefox users via paid subscriptions © Courtesy of Mozilla Firefox has previously experimented with subscriptions that offered VPN services.

In an interview with German magazine t3n, Mozilla's CEO revealed the company's plans to offer premium features like VPN service and cloud storage to those who opt into a paid Firefox subscription.

In an interview published recently by German magazine   and spotted by  Monday, Mozilla CEO Chris Beard discussed the company's plan to offer Firefox users a monthly subscription option that would give them access to premium features potentially including cloud storage and a specific amount of VPN bandwidth.

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Mozilla is planning to launch a paid subscription service within its Firefox browser that will give users access to a bunch of exclusive premium features. In an interview with German magazine t3n this week

Mozilla ’s move toward adding premium browsing services was revealed in a recently published interview of Mozilla CEO Chris Beard by t3n, a So, we will roll out a subscription service and offer a premium level,” he said. The interview went on to say that Mozilla ’s first premium browsing plan

After emphasizing that the company will not begin charging fees for services and tools that are currently free through the browser, Beard revealed that Mozilla is targeting a fall release for this subscription service, possibly October.

He also admitted that the "first" tier will launch in October, suggesting that the upcoming service will consist of several levels.

Last October, Mozilla a Firefox VPN service for $10 as an "experiment;" only a small number of random users were presented with this offer in a move designed to give the company insight into how many people would be willing to pay. Though the results have not been publicly published, they are evidently positive, as an official VPN-offering subscription will likely launch this year.

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