Google's New Fiber Phone will offer Unlimited nationwide calling! 5 More Things You Should Know!

    It's an era of the smartphone, practically nobody still uses a landline. But, after launching Fiber broadband service, the search engine giant Google has announced Fiber Phone, a landline service in the U.S.

    Google's New Fiber Phone will offer Unlimited nationwide calling!

    "And while mobile phones have pushed us toward the future, home phone service is still important to many families. Landlines can be familiar, reliable and provide high-quality service, but the technology hasn't always kept up," Google writes in its blog.

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    In addition to the landline service such as call waiting, caller ID and 911 emergency dial, Google Fiber Phone has the ability to transcribe callers' voice message and then send them as texts or emails. For $10 (approx Rs. 660) a month, users get unlimited local and nationwide calls. Take a closer look at the slider below to know more about the Google's latest Fiber Phone.

    The Fiber Phone will start in few areas, over time, Google will roll out Fiber Phone as an option to residential customers in all of our Fiber cities. Here are some interesting facts about the Google Fiber Phone, have a look at the slider below to know more.

    Google Fiber Phone

    Get unlimited local and nationwide calling with affordable international rates.

    Google Fiber Phone

    Receive calls from family and friends without needing to notify them of a new telephone number.

    Google Fiber Phone

    Privacy controls like spam filtering, call screening and do-not-disturb make sure the right people can get in touch with you at the right time.


    Stay connected no matter where you are. Have Fiber Phone ring your landline when you're home or your mobile when you're on-the-go.

    Google Fiber Phone

    Get your voicemail sent to you as an email or text message on your mobile phone.

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