A free e-mail attribute that might influence new people to slash the cords on their landline phones is added up by Google Inc.
The service revealed allows U.S. consumers of Google’s Gmail service to create calls from microphone-equipped computers to telephones practically wherever in the world.
The entire calls in the U.S. and Canada will be free of charge during the ending of the year. That destabilizes the most well-liked PC-to-phone service, Skype, which charges 1.2 cents to 2.1 cents per minute for U.S. calls. It also intimidates to outshine one more free PC-to-phone calling service . . . → Read More: Google Uncovers its Latest Internet Phone Service