Google is extending its promotion to let users make free calls to anywhere in the U.S. and Canada through 2011. The original Gmail calling service was launched back in August as an affordable and easy way to dial your contacts and can be used for international calls as well for low rates.
Currently, free calling is available only to U.S.-based Gmail users. Users can log into their Gmail account and hit the call phone option in the left column to initiate a call. For more information, you can visit gmail.com/call.
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