It looks like Google is set to expand its Google Voice service to the rest of the world, one region at a time. According to The Next Web, who spoke with Google’s European Director of Business Development, Google Voice is being tested internally in Europe right now. While the service is definitely arriving in Europe, no firm release date has been given for it yet – because Google doesn’t “preannounce products”.
For those not in the know, Google Voice is a telecommunications service by Google that lets users make free calls to each other within the country, manage all their devices with a single Google Voice number, and even make international calls at low rates. However most of these features have been limited to this side of the world, which pretty much makes it a US-only service. No word on whether Google Voice will be released in other parts of the world, but we should find out in due time.
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