In an effort to further improve the browsing experience of its Project Fi customers, Google is introducing its new enhanced network feature which allows devices to switch between Wi-Fi and mobile networks faster as well as its new optional always-on VPN service.
Fi already uses a VPN service by default to protect users when they’re connected to any of the almost two million supported Wi-Fi hotspots. Now Google is extended this feature to cellular connections to further protect its users privacy.
In a blog post announcing the new feature, Google explained how its VPN will even prevent it from seeing what its users do online, saying:
When you enable our enhanced netwo…
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