Google's Call Phone VoIP Service Hits a Million

On the day of its launch, the search giant reports, the system delivered more than one million free VoIP calls.

By Staff | Posted Aug 27, 2010
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"Google (NSDQ:GOOG) seems to have struck a chord with its new VoIP calling service delivered via Gmail. "Over 1,000,000 calls placed from Gmail in just 24 hours," according to a Google tweet," writes CRN's Stephanie Hoffman on ChannelWeb.

"The new calling service, which was made available to users in the U.S. on Wednesday, enables Gmail users to call each other for free from anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. Eventually, users will be able to make inexpensive calls to other countries around the world ranging from 2 cents to $4.99 per minute," Hoffman writes.

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Google Reaches 1 Million Calls On New Gmail VoIP Service

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