In addition to the steadily decreasing market share of Firefox as the developer’s flagship, the very high dependency on Google and other search engine providers is a high risk for the future, and so the company has been trying for a long time to position itself financially with new subscription services. Now a new Mozilla Privacy Pack could bring additional momentum.
The products that are to be integrated initially are all not new, but in combination could become cheaper and more interesting for new customers. In addition to the company’s own Mozilla VPN, Firefox Monitor, a service for checking your own email address for data leaks, and Firefox Relay, a service for creating alias addresses, will also be part of the package. Firefox Relay users will now be able to create an infinite number of addresses instead of the previously 5 possible.
It is not yet known what price Mozilla will charge and when the new offer will be available. Mozilla currently offers Pocket Premium (USD 4.99 per month and USD 44.99 per year) and Mozilla VPN (USD 9.99 for one, USD 6.99 for 6 and USD 4.99 for 12 months) for private customers already offers two subscription services.
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