Google Voice, which was announced in March, lets users have a single phone number that rings to all their phones. Features include Internet playback of messages, outgoing calls, settings that let you avoid certain people, transcription of your voicemail messages, and text messaging,The service which was made possible via Google’s acquisition of GrandCentral, has been in private beta since its launch, but PC World reports that Level 3 has been supplying Google with phone numbers in anticipation of an official launch.
Google Voice is a service that gives you one number for all your phones, voicemail that is easy as email, and many enhanced calling features like call blocking and screening, voicemail transcripts, call conferencing, international calls, and more.
Google Voice is currently available for GrandCentral users only, but will be open to new users soon. In the meantime, please leave us your email address and we’ll notify you as soon asGoogle Voice becomes available. To learn more about Google Voice, check out our feature videos.
When can I sign up?
We expect to have the service ready for new users in a matter of weeks, and are focused on opening it as soon as possible.
What if I reserved a number on the GrandCentral site before?
We will be emailing you when Google Voice is open to the public to sign up for the service.
How much does it cost?
The service is free.
What do I do if I am already a GrandCentral user?
Over the next few days, instructions will appear at the top of your inbox on how to upgrade your GrandCentral account to Google Voice. Thanks for your patience.