VPN with Google One was previously only available to Premium 2TB plan subscribers, but is now available to all Google One members, including Basic plan subscribers starting at $1.99 per month. The tech giant notes that using a VPN through Google One adds more protection to users’ online activities, regardless of what apps or browsers they use, providing protection from hackers or other cybercriminals by masking the IP address. The VPN is available in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom as well as in the United States on Android, iOS, Windows and Mac devices. Users can also share the VPN with up to five other users as long as they are part of the Google One program.
Google is also introducing a new feature called Dark Web Reporting to Google One subscribers in the US. This feature allows them to track their personal information (such as credentials) on the dark web, in case they are on a marketplace, data warehouse, etc. Dark web reporting is set to roll out in the US in the coming weeks for Google subscription members.
Regarding subscribing to Google One, originally started as a way to get — for a fee — extra cloud storage for photos, documents, and Gmail. Over the years, it’s expanded into a broader set of services and features, which now includes members-only perks like the ability to host longer group video calls on Google Meet, 10% cash back on Google Store purchases, and more. .a.
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