What is Google Voice? Google Voice is a program which allows you to call any phone number for great rates. It is the cheapest provider in the United States with a lot of great features, but its competitiveness decreases when you’re using it internationally as not all features are included outside America.
What is Google Talk?
Google Talk is the basic chat client that can be installed on many computers and phones which allows you to talk to your contacts by typing or by calling.
What is Gmail?
Gmail is Google’s e-mail service that you can also access your contact list from for calling or texting.
When was it created?
Google Voice was officially launched in March, 2009. It was initially called GrandCentral, but for SEO purposes it was renamed when it was launched.
Why was it created?
Google Voice was created to be a direct competitor in the VoIP market and as well to compete with other carriers. It currently provides some of the best rates, including free calls from the United States to the USA and Canada. This service is only offered in the US though, although at times it was offered in Canada as well.
It also has a number of great features that allow it to be extremely useful (at least if you’re living in the USA). It lets you reroute incoming calls to other devices and it will also let you set up throwaway phone numbers. These temporary phone numbers can be used to sign up for services over the Internet and then deleted after a time limit to reduce the amount of marketing calls you receive drastically.
Google Voice also offers a number of other services, such as SiP, voicemail, conference calls and it even offers the functionality to convert your voicemail messages into e-mail or SMS.
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