Google Voice Discovered Allowing Pure VoIP Calls

electronista reported the following great news:

Google Voice users learned late Monday that the service now has a way of making purely Internet-based phone calls. Making a SIP call with a “sip:” prefix, the Google Voice phone number and skips the conventional phone network entirely, saving users cellphone minutes.

Disruptive Telephony tested it and found that a call worked “great.”
The development is relatively new and, according to Google’s partner YATE (Yet Another Telephony Engine), was added on January 31 without any public mention.


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