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Google Voice is Google's newest webapp that aims to consolidate all of your miscellaneous phone numbers into one, convenient web-app. Once of its crown jewels is its ability to consolidate your voicemails into a single inbox, along with allowing them to be visible online as a recording and a written transcript. Today I'm going to show you how to enable this feature with any cell phone.
|Instructions||Difficulty: Moderately Easy|
Things You'll Need:
- Cell Phone
- Google Voice account
- Although Google Voice is invite-only, it's very easy to get one. Simply search "Google Voice Invite" and you will likely find some avenue to get one within a week.
- Also, if you have an Android phone, the Google Voice app makes it very easy to integrate your mobile phone's voicemail service with your Google Voice account.
- This service will not work with prepaid T-Mobile phones, and although I have no tested it, they likely do not support other prepaid mobile phones. Thankfully, it's free to try, so there's no harm in finding out that your phone isn't supported.
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