Google is about to give iPhone owners a privacy and security headache as it prepares to shut down another key service

Google is about to give iPhone owners a privacy and security headache as it prepares to shut down another key service 3

Using a VPN is a great way to keep your data private, bypass region locks, and more. And there is no shortage of iPhone VPN options for people to choose from. But one that people might already have is going away, and it might come as no surprise to you that the company ending its VPN service is none other than Google — the company that just can’t stop ending support for services.

The service in this instance is the Google One VPN, one that Google only launched back in October 2020. The VPN feature was part of the wider Google ONe subscription and while prices originally started as high as $9.99 per month for the Gone Premium plan, just $1.99 per month is currently required to be able to use the VPN component. But that won’t be the case for long.

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