What is Google VoIP all about?
Not to be confused with Google talk or Google voice search, Google VoIP Voice is a service targeted at the telecommunications industry, and developed by Google. Although this service bears striking resemblance to the email services of the same company, Google, the user has the option of customizing their particular application. Google VoIP voice allows users to make free calls from the computer to a phone only in North America. In addition, it also allows for users to make both video and voice calls from computer to another in any part of the world, provided both parties have Google VoIP voice.
What are some of the features of the Google VoIP Voice?
The Google VoIP Voice also has numerous features to complement the voice call facility that it offers. They include voicemail, free text messaging as well as conference calling. Voicemails, as we know them today, are very important because they allow for people to receive messages even when they are inaccessible. Free text messaging is a bonus for many people since it allows one to stay in touch at absolutely no cost at all. Conference calls are an important way to stay in touch, especially in the corporate scene as it helps to save costs incurred in travelling to a single destination for meetings. This is so particularly for companies in different parts of the world.
In addition to this, there are also the options of blocking unwanted calls as well as voice transcription from text to messages in voicemail form. Product integration of the Google VoIP Voice means that all content in voicemail form, text messages and information on missed calls may be emailed to an account of the user’s choice. This makes backup of such information relatively easy, and is a far cry from the conventional use of telephones in the days gone. With the origin of this product in 2005, there have been significant improvements to make this one of the most reliable forms of communication.