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Today, after a longer than expected wait,  WARP and WARP Plus to the general public. If you haven’t heard about it yet, WARP is a mobile app designed for everyone which uses our global network to secure all of your phone’s Internet traffic.

Cloudflare announced WARP on April 1 of this year and expected to roll it out over the next few months at a fairly steady clip and get it released to everyone who wanted to use it by July. That didn’t happen. It turned out that building a next generation service to secure consumer mobile connections without slowing them down or burning battery was… harder than we originally thought.

Before today, there were approximately two million people on the waitlist to try WARP. That demand blew us away. It also embarrassed us. The common refrain is consumers don’t care about their security and privacy, but the attention WARP got proved to us how wrong that assumption actually is.

For people just signing up today, the basic WARP service is free without bandwidth caps or limitations. The unlimited version of WARP Plus is available for a monthly subscription fee. WARP Plus is the even faster version of WARP that you can optionally pay for. The fee for WARP Plus varies by region and is designed to approximate what a McDonald’s Big Mac would cost in the region. On iOS, the WARP Plus pricing as of the publication of this post is still being adjusted on a regional basis, but that should settle out in the next couple days.

WARP Plus uses Cloudflare’s virtual private backbone, known as Argo, to achieve higher speeds and ensure your connection is encrypted across the long haul of the Internet. We charge for it because it costs us more to provide. However, in order to help spread the word about WARP, you can earn 1GB of WARP Plus for every friend you refer to sign up for WARP. And everyone you refer gets 1GB of WARP Plus for free to get started as well.

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