- Google has announced the VPN service for its 2TB or higher Google One members
- The company is also rolling out Pro Sessions by Google One with VPN support to all 2TB Google One members in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada
- VPN service will be available for Android users in the United States in the coming weeks and will expand to more countries in the coming months
To provide an additional layer of security on unsecured public networks, Google has announced the VPN service for its Google One subscribers. The VPN service is included in the 2TB or higher Google One plan and will be available for Android users in the United States in the coming weeks. Google has said that the service will expand to more countries and to iOS, Windows, and Mac in the coming months.
“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,” said Larissa Fontaine, Director, Google One, in a blog post.
Google is also rolling out Pro Sessions by Google One with VPN support. With Pro Sessions, users can schedule one-on-one online sessions with a Google expert to learn more about VPN and how to stay safer online. Pro Sessions will be available to all 2TB Google One members in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.
Users can also share their 2TB Google One Plan with family members (up to five additional people), and each member can enable the VPN service on their own devices at no additional cost.