Google Launches Landline Service With Cloud Technology

Remember landlines? So, Google is planning to bring the era back with a new touch of technology-‘Fiber Phones’.

Fiber Phones will be similar to our traditional landlines but with lot more features. They will let us stay connected and we can access it from anywhere.

How it works?

The number will be stored in the cloud and so the users can avail the service from any other device like smartphones, laptops and others. The phones will also help users to transcribe voice messages and then send it as a text or email.

Key Takeaway

In its official blogpost, the company said, “For $10/month, you get unlimited local and nationwide calling, and the same affordable rates as Google Voice for international calls. You can keep your old phone number, or pick a new one.”

Google has launched the service in few selective areas in US and will roll out to other Fiber cities where Google provides high speed internet.

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