Google Voice Now Open to All

It no longer takes an invite from an existing user to sign on to the popular VoIP/voicemail service.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Jun 23, 2010
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"Google's telephony management application Google Voice is now open to all U.S. residents, as the company on Tuesday removed the requirement for prospective users to receive an invitation in order to sign up for the service," writes IDG News's Juan Carlos Perez on PCWorld.com.

"Already, there are 1 million people with Google Voice accounts. Service features include a single phone number that, when called, rings a person's multiple lines, such as their home, office and cellular phone. Google Voice also offers voicemail message transcription, free calls to the U.S. and Canada, low international calling rates, conference call capability and a central, Web-based voicemail inbox. A subset of Google Voice features can also be used by people who don't want to get the single Google "phone number for life," but rather use one of their existing lines," Perez writes.

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