Google Voice Now Available Only For GrandCentral Users?
If you currently are a user of GrandCentral user you are one of the lucky in the world to get the chance to use the new Google Voice. Since Google bought GrandCentral VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) in 2007 they completely redesign the system and are now relaunching with Google Voice.
As you may know, GrandCentral offers many great features, including a single number to ring your home, work, and mobile phones, a central voicemail inbox that you could access on the web, and the ability to screen calls by listening in live as callers leave a voicemail. You’ll find these features, and more, in the Google Voice preview. Check out the features page for videos and more information on how these features work.
But don’t worry he service is expected to be available to the public in a matter of weeks and at no cost. The main aspect of Google Voice is the voicemail transcription which transforms your voicemail into a text message. Google Voice will include many more features:
Google number – One number for all your calls and SMS
- Call screening – Announce and screen callers
- Listen in – Listen before taking a call
- Block calls – Keep unwanted callers at bay
- SMS – Send, receive, and store SMS
- Place calls – Call US numbers for free
- Taking calls – Answer on any of your phones
- Phone routing – Phones ring based on who calls
- Forwarding phones – Add phones and decide which ring
Google voicemail – Voicemail as easy as email, with transcripts Voice features – More cool things you can do with Google Voice