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Google One will turn off its VPN feature later this year

Google One will turn off its VPN feature later this year

If you're – apparently, one of the few people – who uses the VPN service that comes with Google One, we have bad news for you. in e-mail Which you'll receive from Google if you haven't already, as it has revealed that it will be phasing out the feature later this year. The company rolled out Google One's VPN feature in 2020, but you can only access it if you pay for a plan with at least 2TB of storage, which costs at least $10 per month. Last year, the company expanded availability across all One plans, including the basic $2 per month option, making it more affordable than before.

Currently, you can access One's VPN service if you're in one of the 22 countries it's active in, whether you're on iOS or Android. You can also use it to hide your Internet usage on a Mac or Windows computer. Google did not say when the VPN service would stop working completely, but it said so 9to5Google They are discontinuing this feature because “people simply weren't using it.” Instead of trying to generate interest, it's redirecting its resources to support other, more in-demand One features. However, you'll still be able to use the free VPN that comes with Pixel devices even after you turn off the One through the Settings app on Pixel 7 and later models.

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