No, Google voice is a web program/app. You need a landline or cell phone though to activate the service initially, but from there it become all web based if you so desire. The service does forward calls to your landline though as an option.
Yes, Google voice is available in Montana. The service is available Nationwide. You will need a landline phone number or cell phone though to start using the services.
Call your cell phone from the landline. When it diverts to voicemail, press the # key on your landline and follow the simple instructions
Talkroute is similar to Google Voice. Grasshopper is another service that is similar to Google Voice.
How do I retrieve Spectrum landline voicemail
Google Voice was created in 2005.
Voice search can be enabled on Google Website. It cannot be enabled as such in Google Chrome.
Skype is similar to Google Voice and there is a free app.
Grasshopper is similar to Google Voice. Grasshopper was founded in 2003.
No, there is no directory for Google Voice numbers.
It's like chalk and cheese. There is very little to compare at the moment (with technology as it is). First of all landline serves only for voice calls while web cams used by Viot software such as Skype can not only transfer voice but also messages and video. Voip will be in most cases cheaper than landline but requires computer to run, whereas landline does not. If you were to get a single point of communication for a person who does not really get on with technology landline would be the obvious choice.
It is really simple. Go to your Google Voice account and to your left it will show you your Google Voice number. Use that number to forward your text.
Google Voice works for calling on mobile phone and also sending voice mail messages. Google Chat helps to talk online and video chat through Gmail, Orkut, iGoogle or Google+. Google Chat is free service while Google Voice requires to pay money for calling and massages.