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    Make Cheap Calls to any Phone any where in the World using Google Voice

    This is a guest post by Mahender who blogs at StepsandTips. If you would like to write for NiharsWorld, check our guest posting guidelines.

    In previous days just watching the mobile phone itself was a wonder for people. As Technology is growing up, now it is become a playing instrument of the children. Thanks to Information Technology for this Achievement.

    Now it is the time to say big thanks to Google Team for their another great service which will be launched soon – GOOGLE VOICE. Using this Google Voice, User can Make Calls to Land Line or Mobile phones directly from Computer. Till now this facility was not available with free or very less call charges as google is proposing.

    According to Robin Schriebman from Gmail Blog:

    Starting today, you can call any phone right from Gmail. Calls to the U.S. and Canada will be free for at least the rest of the year and calls to other countries will be billed at our very low rates. We worked hard to make these rates really cheap (see comparison table) with calls to the U.K., France, Germany, China, Japan—and many more countries—for as little as $0.02 per minute.

    Google Voice - Mobile Phone

    Until Now, Gmail voice and video chat makes it easy to stay in touch with friends and family using your computer’s microphone and speakers. But, this requires both people to be at their computers, signed into Gmail at the same time. But what if for those, who doesn’t spend all the day in front of computers..? Answer for this is Google Voice.

    Google Voice Call Charges / Tariff for United States of America(USA), Canada, U.K., France, Germany, China, Japan and Many more countries

    Calls to the U.S. and Canada will be free for at least the rest of the year. Calls to other countries will be billed at very low rates. Countries like the U.K., France, Germany, China, Japan and many more countries is as little as $0.02 per minute.

    Google Voice Call Charges for India

    In India, Google Voice Call Rates will be @$0.06/per minute. So Indians can make calls @30Paise per minute even if the dollar rate is at 50 Rupees per Dollar.
    Google Call - India - Call / Tariff Rates

    Click here for all Countries Call Charges – Tariff Rates

    Google Voice Call Charges Comparison Chart

    Google Voice - Comparision Chart

    How to Use Google Voice

    Users are ready to get started once “Call Phones” shows up in their chat list. First users need to install the Voice and Video plug-ins in their systems.

    It works just like our normal phone. Just click on “Call phone” at the top of chat list and dial a number or enter a contact’s name to call. While receiving calls, if you have a Google Voice phone number, calls made from Gmail will display this number as the outbound caller ID.

    How to make Google Voice Call

    Videos on Google Voice

    When the Google Voice Services is going to start

    Google Voice Service feature is being tested internally. First this feature will be launched for U.S. based Gmail users over the next few days. Users of Google Apps for school or business, won’t see it quite yet.
    Google Voice
    Google Voice Team is working hard on making this available more broadly, also they are working to make the call charges more cheaper. Hope this most awaiting feature will come soon and will get as popular as Google.

    For more information, please visit www.gmail.com/call.

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