Making international calls from Gmail might be cheap to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s free. And if you’re calling a lot of overseas numbers, you might find yourself running out of credit all the time – which can be annoying, especially when you’re in the middle of an important conversation and you get cut off. Well, those issues can now be a thing of the past. No, Google didn’t make Google Voice international calls free (we wish) but it has made it a lot easier to reload your calling credit when it’s low.
Google Voice now has the ability to Auto-recharge your calling credit whenever it dips under $2. While this may lead to increased amount of spending due to you not realizing your credit is being automatically recharged, it ensures that you’ll always have credit to keep talking or to make calls so that you’ll never be caught off guard. Auto-recharge can be enabled after your first purchase of credit and can be changed or disabled at anytime. Just head over to your billing page to set it up.
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