Celebrate Google Voice

March 12, 2009 at 1:52 pm Leave a comment

Google Voice has finally arrived!  Google bought GrandCentral (a phone management service) back in 2007.  Since acquisition, Google has rebuilt the service and even added on some sleek new upgrades to make the service incredibly appealing to corporate and consumer alike.

The main gist of Google Voice is only having one phone number that then reroutes calls to your other phones (for those of us that have two cell phones, a home phone and a voip phone).  Sure you’ll have to reprint business cards and change your facebook conact information – but this is the last time.  Other helpful features include voicemail transcription, listening in on calls, SMS, free calls, conference calls, call screening, multiple greetings, and call recording among others.

While the service is only open to former GrandCentral users currently, Google has plans to open it to the public in a few weeks.  In the meantime, check out the whole host of features here and totally geek out with us.


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