Just the day after Christmas, When people are expecting the end of the free stuffs by different companies by the end of the year. Google has come up with a new announcement, the company will continue the free-calls through Google Talk phone widget. The free calls on Gmail offer was launched in August 2010 and was expected to end by the end of the year 2010 but the company extended the offer to the end of the year 2011 and then again to 2012. And recently, Google again made an announcement about the free calls on Gmail offer and extend it to 2013.
Through the phone widget of the Google Talk, anyone can make free calls to anywhere in the US and Canada.
In an Official Gmail Blog Post, Google announced that the offer will continue and anybody can take the advantage of the offer, throughout the year, 2013. Before we say Good-Bye to the offer Google again extended the offer to 2013.
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In an Official Blog Post, Mayur Kamat, Product Manager at Google announced that “Many of you call phones from Gmail to easily connect with friends and family. If you’re in the US and Canada, you’ll continue to be able to make free domestic calls through 2013. Plus, in most countries, you can still call the rest of the world from Gmail at insanely low rates.”
Free call on Gmail offer and the Phone client is supposed to be competing with Skype. Microsoft owned Skype recently launched a offer which gives users a full free month of the Skype Premium services. Skype is letting the users to call on landlines in over 40 countries and on mobiles in 7 countries, including US and Canada, free for one month.
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