That’s probably what they’ll end up doing, I just figured I’d offer a suggestion which will make them different.
As for the tor network, do you know of any extension based VPN/Proxy that offers this kind of solution built-in along side their standard service. I know a couple of full force VPNs that offer such a service with ease but I just can’t remember which browser based service does. I’m sure there’s one or two that offer a proprietary tor extension but just can’t remember if a VPN/Proxy service does.
To be honest if you were to use such a service, your best of using the service downloaded as an app from the tor website or using the service if it is included within a VPN client, I say this because the ones that are included in mobile versions and in extension/addon stores, they look a little dodgy, if you know what I mean.
Without going too off topic, I know of a handful that I can think of that offer such solution built-in to their proprietary desktop client with simplicity and without the extra hassle some Linux users may face if they’re not use to command interface:
Technically if you’re using a desktop client which would essentially be a full force VPN as some call it considering it encrypts everything in and out of the system, whilst using Tor, technically this can be construed as a Double encryption or Multi-hop or Cascading or VPN Chain without the extra price but as stipulated before, the above solutions offer greater simplicity and ease of use within their proprietary client.
The website’s above should clearly indicated how this feature of theirs function for their users in their nice looking app, though I wouldn’t be able to speak for how perfect-privacy and zorro exactly work even though I listed it. Nevertheless, I’ll also list a couple of other information related to this feature if anyone is curious of other ways but they seem more complex for the average user so to be honest it’s best of using the feature from the above providers.