Google Voice is currently only available to Google GrandCentral users, but that will change soon. Queue up now to be first in line for this totally free service (except for international calling).
Google Voice is the breakthrough telephony solution that gives you one number access for all your phones. You also get voicemail that is as easy as email, and many unbelievable enhanced calling features like call blocking and screening, voicemail transcription, conference calling, international calls, and more. The Digital Nomad has been a beta tester for GrandCentral (Google Voice) almost from the time of the Google acquisition and loves this service.
Google Voice is currently available for GrandCentral users only, but will be open to new users soon. In the meantime, follow these links to leave your email address and be notified as soon as Google Voice becomes available. To learn more about Google Voice, check out the feature videos.
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