Google Voice integration with Sprint is coming to an end

From Engadget - April 17, 2018

Google Voice let users make free calls to most places in the US and Canada, but as of June 1st, 2018, all outgoing calls, including international calls, will go through Sprint and be billed accordingly. Messages, calls and voicemails after that date will no longer be stored on Google Voice, and you wo not be able to use Voice-enabled features like call forwarding, voicemail transcription and spam detection.

Google recommends disabling integration before the cutoff date of June 1st, and re-blocking any phone numbers using the carrier's MySprint application. You will have to re-install Google Voice on your phone if you want to keep using it. (Check here for Google's complete article on the matter.)


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