Google VPN service is now included with any Google One subscription plan.

Google previously launched its integrated VPN service with Google One, but it was only available to Premium 2TB storage plan subscribers. Later, the company “gifted” this service to buyers of Google Pixel 7, and now it has decided to expand the availability of its VPN to a wider audience.

As announced through its official blog, anyone paying for a Google One subscription plan can now access the VPN service without any additional cost, regardless of the storage plan they have subscribed to.

So, even those paying only $1.99 per month for 100GB of storage on Google One can protect their online activity using Google’s VPN service.

Google One VPN adds extra protection to your online activity, regardless of the applications or browsers you use, by masking your IP address to protect it from hackers or network operators. Starting today and over the next few weeks, we are expanding access to VPN for all Google One plans, including the Basic plan starting from $1.99 per month.

One of the advantages of Google One’s VPN is that it is available on any device. Google explains that the VPN can be used on Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac in 22 different countries. Additionally, if you have members in your Google One plan, you can share the service with up to five people.

Apart from adding compatibility with the VPN service in all plans, Google has also announced a new feature that allows scanning the “dark web” for personal information that may have been leaked in massive data breaches or security breaches of services. Initially, this feature will only be available in the United States.

Considering all the changes, the company has shared a new advantages table that specifies all the services available in each of the Google One subscription plans.