Mozilla has announced that its Firefox Private Network browser extension has reached a new phase where the beta will move from being free of charge to costing $2.99 per month. The company will keep the service restricted to the United States for the time being but has said that it hopes to expand to new markets soon.
With the new fee, Mozilla says that customers will be able to connect up to three Firefox browsers at once. Additionally, the service has received a new icon to help users differentiate the browser extension from the Firefox Private Network VPN. With regards to the standalone VPN, Mozilla says it has an update to share in the coming weeks.
Mozilla now lets Firefox users install the Firefox Private Network browser extension on up to three desktop browsers. The update also sees the introduction of a $2.99 per month fee.