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Google One Getting VPN Feature

Google One service is getting a VPN feature. This new move comes after Google made phone backups free on Android for its storage subscription service. 

Google says its VPN feature will be adding an "extra layer of online protection for your Android phone". It promises to give its users "peace of mind that your data is safe." Google also added this VPN feature to its Google Fi subscribers.

"We already build advanced security into all our products, and the VPN extends that security to encrypt all of your phone's online traffic, no matter what app or browser you're using. The VPN is built into the Google One app, so with just one tap, you can rest assured knowing your connection is safe from hackers."

The VPN feature is currently available on its higher-tier plans, which start at 2TB. This plan costs $10 per month. The newly added feature will be rolling out in the "coming weeks" for Android users. For iOS users, the feature will be rolling out in the "coming months."

Source: Google

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