Nov. 11, 2012
-- The downloadable GVMate App just released by PCPhoneSoft.com is a one time purchase priced at only $9.95 that lets users link popular low cost high quality wired and wireless Skype calling phones (and phone adapters) to Google Voice's subscription free phone service. When used with a supported Skype calling device plugged into the USB port of a computer, it is designed to provide a featured landline style calling experience including optional E911 service. To start placing free calls, users just sign in using any Gmail e-mail account.
Google Voice continues to offer FREE
U.S. phone numbers, FREE
U.S./Canada long distance calling, FREE
voice mail and FREE
call forwarding to U.S. Gmail account holders. To users in most other countries worldwide, Google Voice service is available and offers some of the lowest international calling rates in the industry.
The standard version of the GVMate App from PCPhoneSoft.com delivers popular phone features including caller id with name/location, call waiting and voice mail waiting notification. Setting up free phone service is literally as simple as plugging a supported Skype calling device into the USB port of a Windows computer, installing the downloadable GVMate App and signing in using any Gmail e-mail account.
Just pick up your phone and dial the number you wish to call using your phone key pad for outgoing calls and answer your phone when it rings for incoming calls. You can also program your Google Voice account to ring your "GVMate" phone and mobile phone at the same time allowing it to behave like a free extension of your mobile phone to use in your home or office without signal strength issues or using up valuable minutes.
The GVMate App also fully embraces the social media movement allowing users to also use the same wired or wireless Skype calling phone for talking purposes via online voice/video chat services like Skype, Facebook, and Google+ Hangouts. The full version of the GVMate App from PCPhoneSoft.com is FREE to try for 7 days prior to making a purchase decision.