Google One adds VPN for Android for plans 2TB and above in the US.
Alphabet’s Google said Thursday that it plans to launch a consumer VPN service that would be available with certain subscription plans for its Google One cloud storage services. Designed for safe use of the Internet, people using virtual private networks (VPNs ) in countries where governments have prohibited access to certain sites and services.
Making the announcement in a blog post, the search giant said that VPN by Google One It will be available in plans of 2 TB and higher.
With VPN, Google adds strong encryptions to a phone’s online traffic, no matter what application or browser the user is using.
Google One’s 2TB plan is priced at $ 9.99 (roughly Rs. 750) per month or $ 99.99 (roughly Rs. 7,500) per year. In addition to VPN access, the plan includes storage in Google drive, Gmail and Google Photos. It also provides access to Google experts, Google store rewards (10 percent cash back), professional sessions, and Google Play Points Gold status.
Google It said the VPN service will initially launch in the US in the coming weeks. There are plans to expand to more countries and to ios, Windows and Mac OS in the next few months.
The company also said that its Pro Sessions will be available to all 2TB members in Canada, the UK and the US Pro Session allows users to learn how to get the most out of Google products. It offers members expert help on a variety of topics, both basic and advanced.