More details about Sprint's integration with Google Voice (video demo)
0. phoneArena 23 Mar 2011, 18:10 posted on
Along with the announcement of the Google Nexus S 4G for the Now Network on Monday, Sprint also let it be known that it's about to embrace Google Voice as an integrated feature for all its phones, including the Nexus S 4G...
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1. sun0066 (Posts: 116; Member since: 12 Feb 2011)
Just Horrible , not good for the everyday use . I mean it is good and all , but how many people does really need the sms and call going to a lots of devices at the same time, in my opinion another feature that is gonna pass without too much success. IMHO i just need a phone with a good camera, connectivity, memory , processor and a lot of applications ,a good battery and able to roam in the world, that is it.
2. gemini555 (unregistered)
first of all, you should proof read your posts. for example, this is not grammatically correct: "how many people does really need the sms". secondly, this is a great feature that many people will use to make cheap international calls. this feature by itself make it extremely useful. if you don't like the feature, just don't use it.
7. LionStone (Posts: 717; Member since: 10 Dec 2010)
First of all, "proofread" is one word or separated by a hyphen. Secondly, the first letter of a sentence should be capitalized. Back on topic, I love my Google Voice.
3. homineyhominey (Posts: 29; Member since: 10 Mar 2011)
Isn't that what everyone wants in a phone though? HTC makes some killer devices, but we all know about batteries. We ALL want more apps and great coverage anywhere we go.
5. Ronen Polinovsky (unregistered)
This is a great feature that will be beneficial to many business users.
6. green2u (unregistered)
I love to MMS so until they get that down, I will pass. The only benefit for me (and I don't use my phone for business) is the ability to make international calls on my Sprint phone on those rare occasions I am abroad.
8. JustinKramp (unregistered)
hi from Sprint! One correction to your article - this integration is at the network level -- not the "dialer on Android phones." This service will work on any Sprint-branded CDMA phone. So that Samsung M320 or Fuziq will work just as well as an EVO 3D.
Now, the Android Google Voice app will add some handy features, but the Google Voice features themselves will work just fine without that app.
More details athttp://bit.ly/sprintgooglevoic
9. Monica Cerna Rodriguez (unregistered)
Hmmm... That's interesting. Where did you first hear about this? Do you have other blog posts I can take a look at?Monica Cerna RodriguezMK Partners IncSalesforce Consulting Experts