Mozilla VPN

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BobH
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Mozilla VPN

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I received and accepted, today, the offer to use the Mozilla VPN service. It's on offer for $4.99/month for up to 5 devices including Windows 10, iOS, and Android types. I haven't discovered yet if it will work on my streaming SmartTV.

Anyone else see and accept the offer?
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Re: Mozilla VPN

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Mozilla is actually a reseller of Mullvad VPN, which is a great VPN service. Last time I checked the service was USA only, but I see that they have now extended it to include UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia.
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Re: Mozilla VPN

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Thanks, Stuart!

I'm glad to hear that you think highly of the service provider. The cost is less than others I've tried.
Regards, BobH
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Darui
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Re: Mozilla VPN

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I think that vpn works well, or you can try to use different one