Google Voice, a free phone service from Google
Google voice is a free phone service with outgoing/ingoing calls, texts, and voicemail. It’s free to call any number within the U.S., Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Canada.
- Voicemail transcription – read your voicemail
- Personalized greetings
- International calling; charges will apply
Rates can be found here: https://www.google.com/voice/rates?hl=en_IN¤cy=USD
- SMS to email
- Share Voicemail
- Block callers
- Screen callers
- Mobile App
- Conference calls
- Number Porting
- Filter spam Calls, messages, and voicemail
- Web notifications; no additional installation required
- Dial out from Google Hangout
To setup Google Voice, please follow these steps below:
Click on Got it.
Then select Choose Number and Click on Continue.
On the sign up window, you will need to search for Washington D.C. to select a 202 area code. Google will assign number automatically to your @GMAIL account.
Once the full number is populated, click on select.
Click on Next.
To use Google Voice on your smart phone, Google will prompt for your mobile number.
Insert your mobile number to be verified by Google. You will receive a 6-digit code for the phone to be verified.
Enter the verification as it appears on your phone. Exclude the “G.”
Once verified correctly, you should see the following message:
Click on Finish.