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Free Gmail Calls Extended Through End Of 2011

Graphic Credit: Google Gmail Blog

Oh, yeah, by the way, Google is extending Gmail’s free computer-to-phone calling throughout 2011.  So you — and by “you,” I mean Gmail users in the U.S. only — can call anyone — and by “anyone,” I mean people with phone numbers in the U.S. and Canada — for free through Gmail until at least the end of next year.

Free is good, of course.  And if you’re on a budget or don’t have a land-line or want to save your cell phone minutes, it’s hard to beat free.

HT: Engadget and Switched Download Squad


  1. my name is abuawal says:

    please just call me and know the rest this is my no. +233 =243968277

  2. my name is abuawal says:

    please just call me and know the rest

  3. Dr.K.T.Jackson says:

    THANK YOU! Not to be ungrateful, however, I had always thought it was forever! I hope you do make it permanent within North America. :) I don’t want to see a bait and switch here.

  4. This is really great plan sir

    Thank you

  5. Billiam says:

    How can people call “you” back? as in how can other people contact you if you do not have cell phone access, or a land line. Great for putting out phone calls, but what about incoming calls?

  6. Curtis says:

    Nope, works everywhere in Canada. :) It’s a fantastic service.

  7. Candice says:

    Wasn’t it only Alberta it worked in? By accident? Anyway, it definitely works to CALL Canada. I haven’t had to pay long distance to call my family in Canada ever since Google Voice was available for my first Android phone. This is very good news for me.

  8. adamjford says:

    Works in Canada too!