|reply to jduffy |
You seem to be making the argument that there is either Callcentric or Google Voice. Obviously, this is not the case.
With the way that Google has been cutting 'free' services lately (i.e. Google Apps for Business, Google Health, etc.), I just wouldn't trust any of their free services with anything that is critical.
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Sorry to give that impression. I have no problem with Google eventually charging for Google Voice. It is a very good service. I have and use CallCentric as more of a back-up VOIP service and mainly on a computer, but also with a ObiTalk TA. Second, I now am using Ooma with my home number and for the home office number, that is ported to GV and then I use the Ooma GV integration. I have also then moved my iPhone Voicemail system to the GV voicemail system so where I once had two VM systems for work, I now have one.
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