After replacing its Hangout Messaging app with Hangout Meets and Chats, Google is all set to release its Voice VoIP Calling functionality for everyone in the next week. This program was in Beta since last year and now finally, it is going to be rolling out for everyone.
This news is confirmed by Product Lead for Google Voice through his official Twitter account. He announced the upcoming of this functionality while replying to a Tweet. He said, “Voice-over-IP (VoIP) in Voice as we speak is rolling out for users who didn’t have this functionality before.” Google Voice VoIP Calling was in Beta from April 2018 and after a long time span, it is going to release for everyone. There isn’t any idea behind this late coming of this functionality to the users, but it’s glad to see this feature coming now.
This functionality will be rolling out in the next week. Even though he said that this functionality will be released 100% in the next week, we may assume that it will take a more week to reach everyone. You can look over to the original tweet here.
We are rolling out VOIP in Voice as we speak. Should be to 100% next week.
— Scott Johnston (@happyinwater) January 24, 2019
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