Google Voice – Phone, VOIP and text

Google acquired, the creator of the service, in 2007, and changed the name to Google Voice. The service now supports speech-to-text, using Google’s technology, so that voicemails are transcribed automatically and sent to users by email.

After signing up, when someone calls the Google Voice number, the home phone, cell phone, desk phone at the office, and even the Internet voice-over-IP number will ring, all at the same time, no matter where the user is. It means the user can switch phone numbers at any time, but retain a single Google Voice number for years.

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