Google Fiber considers adding phone services

Google Fiber may be looking into using its expanding fiber infrastructure to offer phone services.

According to the Washington Post, the tech giant has already begun inviting some of its broadband Internet subscribers to participate in an experimental phone service.

Google Fiber Phone could operator similar to Google Voice and allow users to corral their landlines and mobile service under one telephone number while also providing voicemail transcriptions and automated call screening. You can read the full Washington Post article here.

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