This news was made known through the company in a blog post, stating that it will soon be running an experiment test on the inbuilt browser VPN among selected Firefox users. The beginning of the experiment is 24 October 2018, users will have to buy a monthly subscription to the VPN service.
As you can see from the image, Mozilla decided to partner with ProtonVPN on this one. The company said,
As a company, ProtonVPN has a track record of fighting for online privacy and they share our dedication to Internet safety and security,”
ProtonVPN offers a secure, reliable, and easy-to-use VPN service and is operated by the makers of ProtonMail, a respected, privacy-oriented email service.
The users selected for the testing will be able to download the VPN software after they have subscribed to the paid package. The software will support both Windows, macOS, Linux, and the Android operating systems.
According to Mozilla, the VPN can easily be turned ON and OFF, and the paid subscription can be canceled at any time.
Payments for this VPN service will be collected by Mozilla from Firefox users who decide to subscribe to the service. While a portion of the earnings will go to ProtonVPN to help take care of there operating cost, and the other portion will go to Mozilla.