Tag: Google Voice
Google Voice – Now Available For Everyone!
Google Voice, the popular communication service originally known as GrandCentral before it was acquired by Google in 2007, has been invite-only for the past year. Demand for these hard-to-come-by invites was high – so high that they were being sold on eBay for as much as $200 – but Google just opened the service to […]
How to Replace Your Boring Voicemail with Google Voice
When Google first opened Google Voice, I was very excited to check it out. I was especially looking forward to their voicemail service, particularly the transcription feature. However, after checking it out for a few minutes I lost interest. Although a lot of the features were great, I would have to switch my number to a […]
How to Prevent Extra Rings using Google Voice as Voicemail
Now that Google Voice’s voicemail can be added to your existing phone number (giving you great features like searchable voicemail, free voice transcription, custom greetings, and email/SMS notification), you may have noticed that callers have to wait through way too many rings before your Google voicemail picks up the call. Here’s how it plays out: […]