Google Own VPN Service Released For iPhone – The VPN service offered to users with Google’s new generation storage service One can now be experienced by iPhone and iPad users. Google VPN is offered to users in 18 countries and only with a 2 TB paid subscription package.
US-based technology giant Google launched its new generation cloud storage service One a few years ago. This system offered free usage for data up to 15 GB and offered different paid subscription plans for storage needs above 15 GB. One of the remarkable features of this service was the VPN service. The feature, which has been available only for the Android ecosystem for a while, is now available for the iOS ecosystem. So now iPhone and iPad owners can also benefit from Google’s VPN service.
According to the statements made by Google, the VPN service can only be experienced by iOS users in 18 countries for now. In order to use this service, a subscription package with a capacity of 2 TB must be purchased. Users who meet these conditions will be able to use the VPN service developed by Google on their iPhone or iPad at no additional cost. So how much does Google have to pay for its VPN service?
Countries where Google VPN Service is available
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
In the statements made by the company, the countries that can use the were explained in this way. However, this situation may change in the future and many countries, including Turkey, seem to have the opportunity to experience.
How are Google One prices?
If you have a Google account, you can already take advantage of Google One. The company automatically includes you in the 15GB free plan. However, users who do not have enough storage space can purchase 100 GB, 200 GB, or 2 TB packages. In this context, you have to pay 5.79 TL per month for the 100 GB package, 11.59 TL per month for the 200 GB package, and 28.99 TL per month for the 2 TB package. It is worth noting that all paid packages are able to share a Google One account with up to 5 users.