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    Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    VPN and cloud storage infused premium app doesn't mean free users will be sidelined.
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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Would pay if it is truly safe.
    And it help Firefox get better.
    The more you live, less you die. More you play, more you die. Isn't it great.

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Not even if it was free, TBH.
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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Opera already has a built in free VPN doesn't it?

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Quote Originally Posted by PsyaNyde View Post
    Opera already has a built in free VPN doesn't it?
    Yup. It has some other nice features, but I've never been a fan of its busy UI.
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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Blackmailing people now. Good job. Upgrade or else.

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Quote Originally Posted by Korrorra View Post
    Blackmailing people now. Good job. Upgrade or else.
    2019 - there is always someone offended by anything.

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Quote Originally Posted by PsyaNyde View Post
    Opera already has a built in free VPN doesn't it?
    A free VPN is not a VPN worth using.

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Opera is good use it load... not of firefox

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Quote Originally Posted by Telekloud View Post
    A free VPN is not a VPN worth using.
    You couldn't rely on it for performance or complete anonymity, but it's still handy for general anonymity and skirting around geofencing.
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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Quote Originally Posted by Korrorra View Post
    Blackmailing people now. Good job. Upgrade or else.
    Please define blackmail. I think you have a different definition to everyone else.

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    I have firefox and i have a VPN sub (sadly mostly required in the UK nowadays)

    The VPN is mandatory, but combining it with supporting firefox? I'd be up for that

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    Re: Mozilla working on Firefox premium subscription offering

    Firefox remains a great browser and my browser of choice as they are the one developer committed to not skimming your personal data at every opportunity. They are the antidote to Google and Microsoft with their drive to generate advertising revenue from your browsing habits and other stock-piled personal data.

    The recent May / June 2019 builds also offer really huge improvements in performance on Windows.

    I'd definitely be interested in learning about their premium offerings, if only to support their ideals.

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