Google has announced that it will include a VPN service to its 2TB Google One subscription, which you can grab for $9.99 a month.
If you want a cheap VPN and trust Google, you can subscribe to Google One to get Google’s VPN service. Subscribe to Google One for $9.99 a month and get the VPN for free. The company also says this offer will reach iOS, Windows, and Mac in the next few months.
How Do I Get Google VPN?
The Verge says that you will need to get Google One’s 2TB plan at $9.99 a month or $99 a year. In a blog post, Google also said that the Google One app has a built-in VPN. With one tap, you can now browse safely on your mobile.
Google is bringing its own VPN to desktops and phones with $9.99 Google One subscription https://t.co/XEuipI9ulu pic.twitter.com/yHMyLqSUsG
— The Verge (@verge) October 29, 2020
With the VPN, you can also store or transfer sensitive files across Google One using public Wi-Fi networks. You can even buy stuff online on public networks without fear of getting hacked. Hackers prowling public Wi-Fi would not breach your personal information.
More Google VPN Services
Google adds that it’s releasing Pro Sessions by Google One. This service allows you to schedule one-on-one sessions with a Google expert. So, if you want to know more about VPNs and safe browsing, talk to an expert with Pro Sessions.
Moreover, if you share your 2TB Google One plan with your family, they can also use the VPN for free. You can share your subscription with five other people.
Where Can I Use Google’s VPN?
For now, only Android users in the US can use VPN by Google One. Just launch your Google One app and enable the VPN. Meanwhile, Pro Sessions will roll out to the US, UK, and Canada in the coming weeks.
If you want to try it, grab a Google One 2TB plan here.
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