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Protecting your Google Fi calls with end-to-end encryption

What is end-to-end encryption?

End-to-end encryption is a complex term for a simple idea: that no one besides you and the person you’re talking to should be able to hear what you’re saying over the phone. End-to-end encryption has become an industry standard for real-time communications such as messaging — and now, we’re bringing it to phone calls, right from your Phone app. Calls between two Android phones on Fi will be secured with end-to-end encryption by default, so you can have peace of mind knowing your calls are staying between you and the person you’re talking to.

End-to-end encryption is the latest addition to the collection of privacy and security features that come included at no extra charge in all Fi plans, alongside our built-in VPN for a private online connection and spam blocking to stop unwanted calls.

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