Secure the Internet connection for your whole device, including all apps. Firefox Private Network routes your traffic through a secure server and lets you choose a new location to virtually teleport to another country.
FEEL SAFER ON PUBLIC WI-FI
Stop eavesdroppers from tracking which websites you visit on unsecured wireless networks.
Encrypt your traffic so that it can’t be read by your ISP or eavesdroppers with malicious intent.
100+ SERVERS IN 30+ COUNTRIES
Pick a server in any country you want and hide your location to throw off the websites and data collectors that profile you with ads.
NO BANDWIDTH RESTRICTIONS
Stream, download and game without limits, monthly caps or ISP throttling.
NO ONLINE ACTIVITY LOGS NOW OR EVER
We are committed to not monitoring or logging your browsing or network history.
ONE SUBSCRIPTION FOR ALL YOUR DEVICES
Firefox Private Network is available to use with a paid subscription that covers up to 5 devices.
Mozilla exists to build the Internet as a public resource accessible to all because we believe open and free is better than closed and controlled. We build products like Firefox Private Network to promote choice and transparency and give people more control over their lives online. Learn more at https://www.mozilla.org
Fixing minor issues
Minor UX improvements
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VPN turns off
When I check the app on occasion, I find that the connection is turned off. I turn it back on again only to find it turned back off awhile later. I’m not sure why this happens.
Former ProtonVPN user who loves FirefoxVPN
I am a VPN user who primarily values security and speed. Numerous exit points in a variety of countries are great, but more frosting than essential for me personally. I’d been using using ProtonVPN the past few years, but over the past year I found them to be almost unusable at times due to unresolved connectivity issues and an increasing number of overwhelmed/underperforming servers.
Having had good experiences with the Firefox browser, I chose FirefoxVPN and have no complaints in the past couple of days of use. It immediately connects to nearby servers, doesn’t intermittently disconnect during use and only takes a second at most to reconnect upon waking my devices (original iPhone SE and iPad Air 2). I’m so happy to again have a VPN I don’t have to waste time toying and tinkering with when I have things to do online. I’m looking forward to the macOS version.
Good VPN from Great Company
I’ve trusted Mozilla for the past couple of years, they’ve done many great things to move privacy and security forward. So when it comes to VPN, and for the price of $4.99 a month for unlimited data, Firefox VPN can’t be beat. The connection itself is pretty fast, and you have 30 or so countries to choose from. People have been complaining that there are free VPNs out there, but those typically sell user data, or they don’t actually keep your connection encrypted, in the case of 22.214.171.124. It costs money to run these services and $4.99 isn’t that bad, especially considering that you have no data cap.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.