By Juli Clover, MacRumors

Google on Tuesday announced that its Google One VPN [virtual private network] is available to iPhone and iPad users, one and a half years after promising to bring it to iOS devices.

The service, which has on Android smartphones and tablets since October 2020, is available for Google One members who have the 2TB Premium plan. Google One Premium is priced at $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year, and in addition to VPN functionality, it offers 2TB of storage space and the option to share benefits with five other people.

Google says that the VPN feature can be shared with family members so everyone can get VPN protection on both Android and iOS devices.

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