With Google Voice, whenever someone calls your GVoice number, the call will automatically be routed to your selected phones in the Google Voice settings. This will not impact your regular phone number. If someone calls your old cell or home phone number, then it will ring as usual without going through the Google Voice service. However, if you activated Google voicemail on your cell phone, whenever someone calls your cell phone number and doesn’t get an answer, they will be directed to your GVoice voicemail instead of your cell provider’s voicemail system. Here's how to deactivate that.
Back when it was nothing but a small, tiny speck of the internet, Google launched its over-the-air voice calling service called Grand Central. The service was supposed to provide tools and features that you might otherwise have to pay for, like unlimited voicemail, unlimited nationwide calling, unlimited texting and voicemail transcription, but for absolutely free. The service took off, and now Google's VoIP service is a hit. Everyone and their grandmother has the feature enabled on their mobile phones because of its easy set up, whether they're using a smartphone or dumb phone, iPhone or Android phone.
But what if there was more from Google Voice than its advertised features? We've got 14 awesome tips and tricks to get Google Voice working like a boss, and more than just another free phone-over-the-internet service. Read on for tips on how to do things like send free text messages, block calls, and set up different voice messages for different people.
FaceTime is a nifty feature of the iPhone 4, allowing you to video chat with another iPhone 4 owner anywhere there's Wi-Fi. But there's a new application for the iPhone 4 that is taking that idea one step higher. FacePlant is a free application that allows you to both video chat and send video voicemails to a fellow iPhone 4 owner.