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In an interview with the German technology site T3N, Mozilla CEO Chris Beard reveals that they are working on a new subscription service called Firefox Premium. To attract customers to sign up, they will offer secure connections via vpn and extra storage space in the so-called cloud, among other things.
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As for today’s features in Firefox, they will continue to be offered for free, so Mozilla will not start charging for features like Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) and the like.
The goal is that Firefox Premium will be launched in October, but what the price tag will be is not yet decided.