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Re: [torontomac] Chainmail added a post

From: Meghna
Sent on: Monday, August 30, 2010 9:45 AM
See, I just used Google Voice with a Magic Jack forward, signing up using Hotspot Shield. I barely ever use Gmail web, since I carry my Macbook and/or my iPhone everywhere!
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Meghna C. Lamore
www.thelamores.com



Chainmail wrote:
Gmail adds phone-call support for U.S. users
Google announced that U.S. users of its popular Gmail service can now make voice calls from their computer to any mobile or landline telephone.
Have you tried this? I have made dozens of calls to landlines, and cellphones using Macbook and Gmail.




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