Google is looking to supplement a new phone use for a Google Fiber users. And if you’ve been following anything Google has been doing over a past few years, how Google Fiber Phone works shouldn’t come as most of a surprise. With it, Google Fiber subscribers can use one phone series for each device they own, from smartphones to landlines. And they’ll also get a few of a other Google Voice features, too: voicemails delivered as emails to their inboxes, spam filtering, call screening, and do-not-disturb modes, to name a few extras.
Currently, Google Fiber Phone is usually accessible to those who have been invited to extract in a program, and Google is usually mouth-watering people who have formerly sealed adult for a company’s Fiber Trusted Tester programessentially, a opt-in beta testing. If you’re one of a propitious ones, you’ll get a minute from Google seeking we if you’re meddlesome in holding part. You have one week to respond to Google and, if we determine (and are comparison to participate), Google will send a technician out your approach to set a use up.
“Please be wakeful that contrast Google Fiber Phone will need a use revisit in that a Fiber organisation member will come to your home to implement a square of equipment. If you’re comparison for this Trusted Tester group, we’ll be actively seeking your feedbackboth good and badso that we can urge Fiber Phone once we launch it to all of a customers,” Google’s email reads.
And you’ll also have to keep your appearance in a module hush-hush.
“Please remember that a Trusted Tester module gives we early entrance to facilities that are not nonetheless accessible to a public, so greatfully assistance us keep this confidential.”
As The Washington Post notes, Google’s moveif rolled out to all Google Fiber subscriberswould finally spin Google into a triple-play provider: voice, data, and television. That would put it during a same turn as some of a peers like Comcast who, admittedly, have much, most incomparable marketplace share right now than Google’s quick (but fledgling) Fiber. And it could be a stepping mill to Google eventually bundling in a Project Fi use as well, a company’s low-cost mobile use that piggybacks on both T-Mobile and Sprint’s networks.