|When I use cell phone to call with Google Voice, are they considered Anytime Minutes?||bertdanger||8/13/12 4:46 PM|
When I make calls from Google Voice Webpage and use my Sprint Cellphone to place the call by having it ring the cellphone, is the inbound call to my Sprint Cellphone from Google Voice considered sprint to sprint, cell to cell, or am I getting charged anytime minutes? I can't figure this out. Also, if the outbound call is to a land line during anytime minute hours, am I getting charged by sprint to make this call? It is all very confusing.
|Re: When I use cell phone to call with Google Voice, are they considered Anytime Minutes?||Papa Bear||8/13/12 7:29 PM|
Ask Sprint about your airtime minutes on your plan. Google number is a Landline number.
Google Voice Cost http://support.google.com/voice/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=115063
GV and your cell phone http://support.google.com/mobile/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1083068
International Rates https://www.google.com/voice/b/0/rates?hl=en
Free domestic calls within the US and Canada and low rates for other countries with this small plugin – right from within Gmail per http://www.google.com/intl/en/chat/voice/
|Re: When I use cell phone to call with Google Voice, are they considered Anytime Minutes?||azAndy82||8/14/12 1:42 PM|
I have seen that all my calls after using integration are AnyMobile/Anytime - don't tell sprint though... effectively getting UNLIMITED calls at the moment on my bill. :-)