Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Google Voice

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Google Voice Basics: About Google Voice

Google Voice gives you one number for all your phones -- a phone number that is tied to you, not to a device or a location. Use Google Voice to simplify the way you use phones, make using voicemail as easy as email, customize your callers' experience, and more.

Google Voice isn't a phone service, but it lets you manage all of your phones. Google Voice works with mobile phones, desk phones, work phones, and VoIP lines. There's nothing to download, upload, or install, and you don't have to make or take calls using a computer.

Google Voice will let you define which phones ring, based on who's calling, and even let you ListenInTM on voicemail before answering the call. We use smart technology to route your calls. So, if you're already on a Google Voice call, we'll recognize it and use call waiting to reach you on the phone you're on.

Note: At this time Google Voice is only available in the U.S.

Learn more about how Google Voice works.

Google Voice is currently available by invite only. Get an Invite

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One number for all your calls and SMS

Call screening - Announce and screen callers

Voicemail as easy as email, with transcripts

Voicemail transcripts - Read what your voicemail says

More cool things you can do with Google Voice

Conference calling - Join people into a single call

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