Google Voice

By on Jul 8, 2010

It can be tedious to manage multiple phone numbers – office phone, home phone, mobile phone, and any other numbers. Google’s Google Voice service can help.
Google Voice is a free service that lets users unify their phone numbers, allowing them to have a single number that rings a call through to all of their phones.

Google Voice has a number of unique features, including call transfer between a user’s devices, multi-party conferencing, conversion of voice calls to text messages, cut-rate international calling, and call transcription. Google also has integrated the Voice service with Gmail contact lists.

The real gem is the fact that you get one phone number others can dial to reach you, regardless of where you’re located. Google Voice uses VoIP to link collections of phone numbers.

Up to now, you had to have an invitation from a current user before you could sign on to use the innovative phone add-on service. Now, anyone in the U.S. can sign up.

Check it out at:
http://google.com/voice

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