Beginning today, Microsoft’s built-in VPN for Edge will provide 15GB of free data each month.

A built-in VPN solution is available in Microsoft Edge Canary to help you remain anonymous online. However, that does not imply that you have cost-free access to everything. Microsoft has, however, recently raised the monthly free bandwidth allowance for customers of the free VPN service.

Microsoft provided 1GB of free data when the built-in VPN option first launched, but that amount has since raised to 15GB per month. For casual users, 15GB is sufficient, even though it may seem quite little to someone who uses a VPN daily for numerous purposes. But the news is not all rosy.

The free 15GB of data will be accessible for the first month of use, after which customers will receive the same 1GB of data each month, according to XDA-Developers. The free 15GB of data is only available for a 30-day trial and is only available temporarily. Microsoft hasn’t explicitly said anywhere that the 15GB of data is a one-time deal. If accurate, one goal of this action might be to increase awareness of the free VPN service offered by Edge. Microsoft may have the chance to introduce an affordable VPN service if more people get the hang of it.

Follow the steps listed below to use Edge’s free VPN service:

  1. Access Settings
  2. Select Appearance.
  3. Change the Secure network (VPN) button’s state.
  4. There will now be a secure network icon in the toolbar, and clicking it will enable or disable the service.

Despite the fact that Microsoft originally debuted its in-built VPN service in May, it is still crucial to keep in mind that not everyone can use it. By completing the instructions above, you might find an option to enable it if you are using Microsoft Edge Canary. download the Microsoft Edge Canary browser from here.

Even after installing Edge Canary, you might not be able to use the Secure network (VPN) button in the Edge Settings. This is due to the fact that Microsoft has not yet reached all Edge Canary users.

Have you used Microsoft’s built-in service in Edge if you use a VPN? Comment below with your thoughts and let us know what you think.

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Christopher Woodill

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Enterprise technology leader for the past 15+ years…certified PMP, Six Sigma Black Belt and TOGAF Enterprise Architect. I collaborate with companies to help align their strategic objectives with concrete implementable technology strategies. I am Vice President, Enterprise Solutions for Klick Health.

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