Google Now Offers Landline Phones Called Fiber Phone Just For $10
Google, the technology giant born out of the internet age, rolled out a landline telephone service in some US cities.
Technology giant Google rolled out a landline telephone service in some US cities.
The service, known as Fiber Phone, offers basic landline features including call waiting, caller identification, unlimited local and nationwide calling and 911 services at a price of $10 per month.
Fiber Phone can also make it easier to access your voicemail—the service will transcribe your voice messages for you and then send as a text or email.
Fiber Phone will help users make the most of their home phone, even when they are not home. You an access Fiber Phone while on the road, in the office, or wherever else you may be. The Phone number lives in the cloud, which means that you can use it on almost any phone, tablet or laptop. It can ring your landline when you’re home, or your mobile device when you’re on-the-go.
With cloud, wrote Google Fiber product manager John Shriver-Blake in a blog post, “it can ring your landline when you’re home, or your mobile device when you’re on-the-go”.
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