As Expected, Number Porting Comes to Google Voice
We can’t say we didn’t see this one coming. Just last week we reported on how a number porting option was found on Google Voice, listed with a $20 fee. Pulled almost as quickly as it was noticed, the feature was expected to be rolled out in short order. And, based on the title of this post, you know the rest of the story.
To get started, just log in to your account and hit the settings page. From there, you’ll be able to click on change/port next to your number. Porting is said to be completed within 24 hours. Don’t forget that you’ll still be socked with a cancellation fee from your provider should you jump out of a contract.
Anyone taking their existing number to Google?
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