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Google Fi is making your calls safer with end-to-end encryption on Android

But only on Google Fi. What you need to know Google Fi is launching end-to-end encryption for phone calls on its network. Calls between Fi customers will include a special tone and symbol when protected. The new end-to-end encryption is rolling out first on Android phones. Google announced that its Google Fi service is enabling enhanced protection for calls with end-to-end encryption on the best Android phones. In Thursday's blog post, Google says that the feature will work between smartphones on its network, and will include audio and visual cues so that users know immediately that their calls are end-to-end encrypted. That means no one should be able to listen in on your calls and that your private conversations can stay that way. When making a call to another Fi customer using Google's Phone app, users will hear a unique ring sound to indicate that the call is encrypted. There will also be a lock symbol on the call screen to visually indicate that your call is protected. Si...

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