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I've been reading about the relatively new setting for us Google Fi users in regard to enabling the "enhance network" option in settings to basically turn on Google VPN for cell/mobile data. Are the majority of people turning this on? Does the benefit outweigh the extra data useage (over 1 day Google connectivity services used 30 MB of data which essentially means its an extra Gig of data used).
I dont know if it makes the connection slower, but it does tell you outright it will use more data. Just looking for opinions: is it worth it? Not many articles written about it so far.
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