Thursday, March 7, 2013



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Thought some of us might be interested in this offer.  Google voice has some really cool options -- you get to make up your own phone number (within certain limits), which can then ring multiple phones whenever the number is called.  You can choose which of these phones to ring in response to certain numbers or certain times.  You can screen calls.  It can send and receive texts that are available from your computer.  You can set up unique voicemail messages for different numbers or times with options to email yourself a .mp3 recording of the voicemail, or have the voicemail transcribed to text and sent via SMS to your phone.  The possibilities are endless.

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Lifehacker 5/14/10 11:00 AM Adam Pash Google Voice Cellphones Education in brief Invitations Invites Phones Students Telephony

Google's handing out priority invites to their one-number-to-rule-them-all service, Google Voice, to any student with an email address ending in .edu. If you're a student and have been waiting for an invite for a while, your priority invite should get there within 24 hours. Once you get it, get yourself up to snuff by reading our guide to easing your transition to Google Voice. [Google Voice for Students via Google Voice Blog] More »



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