The Google One VPN service is heading to the Google graveyard

Google is shutting down its VPN by Google One service, according to a vague customer email seen by Android Authorityless than four years after its deployment in October 2020. The email does not specify When This will happen, but the VPN service will be discontinued “later this year.”

Google One VPN subscription prices start at $1.99, with availability on Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows. The company said 9to5Google that it’s killing the service because “people just weren’t using it.” Perhaps its customers were spoiled for choice, given that it is in fact one of three VPN services provided by Google alongside VPN offerings still available through Google Fi and Pixel devices starting with Pixel 7.

Google One’s VPN is the latest offering to launch in the infamous “Google Graveyard” just weeks after Google One’s cloud storage service announced it had passed the 100 million subscriber milestone. Google mentioned in its shutdown email that the VPN was being phased out to “focus on delivering the most requested features and benefits,” which may cut across all services. Gemini AI Tips that the company establishes itself in Google One.

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