Free Business Phone Number Via Google Voice


When you first start up your business one of the first things you should think about is how your customers will contact you. One thing that all business should have is a business phone number. Having a private business phone number along with the multiline system can cost hundreds of dollars month not including having to lease the equipment. I’m going to show you how to do it for free using your existing cell phone.  

With the growth of broadband internet and influx of incresed bandwidth we have many more technologies at our disposal. One of these such technologies is VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol). VoIP allows us to do things that big expensive phone systems did for us in the past. There are many paid VoIP services such as Ring Central, Vonange , and Skype. Today I’m going to show you one that is completely free to use and all you need is your existing cell phone. This service is called Google Voice.

One of the many wonderful free products Google has to offer Google Voice allows you to set up a phone number and have imcomming calls forwarded to any other number you like. One of the great features is the fact that you can setup more than one phone number to receive the calls. Another great feature is visual voicemail, google will translate your voicemail messages into text for you to read them like you would read your email. You can even have them sent to you as text messages  to your cell phone.  Google voice offers many of the features would expect from an expensive VoIP service for free, all you have to do is sign up and setup your account at

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One Response to Free Business Phone Number Via Google Voice

  1. Jenice says:

    Large addict with this site, a ton of your blogposts have definitely helped me out. Looking towards news!

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