Report Claims Mozilla will Roll Out a Paid Version of Firefox this Coming Fall

A premium, paid Mozilla Firefox browser will launch this fall, according to a recent news report by a German media outlet…

Open-source software organization Mozilla, is in the midst of readying a premium version of its Firefox browser, according to German media outlet, T3N.

Chris Beard, the company’s CEO, revealed his team aims to release a paid browser, VPN and secure cloud storage, by October.

Paid Mozilla Firefox Browser to Reportedly Debut this Fall

A paid version of Firefox is another foray into premium services by the company. It’s already experimented with a VPN service in a previous partnership with ProtonVPN, for a $10 subscription.

Beard made clear the company will not start charging users for its current features:

“So, what we want to clarify is that there is no plan to charge money for things that are now free. So we will roll out a subscription service and offer a premium level. And the plan is to introduce the first one this year, towards fall. We aim for October.”

Right now, there are practically no specifics. It should sport the privacy tools so familiar with its popular browsers. However, there’s no word about ow much it will cost to use.

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