1. ragnarokx's Avatar
    I've been searching through old threads but am still confused with all the inbound/outbound forwarding and possible 20 cent/min charges. I have a google voice number and want to use google voice for all my sprint voicemails. if i were to set it up this way, would i get charged an additional fee? on the google website it says sprint was supposed to change some fee policy in november, but i don't know if that translates into completely free google voicemails. some threads talk about still being charges 20 cents/min. any help is appreciated!
    12-05-09 03:44 AM
  2. lovinthecurveinsocal's Avatar
    Yep...you're good to go. They changed it mid-November. No charges for Google Voice.

    You can even verify by logging into your Sprint account online, open a chat seesion and ask. If there's any issue you have an emailed transcript of the chat.

    No worries, I've been on it since and no charges.


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    12-05-09 04:46 AM
  3. ragnarokx's Avatar
    Great - thanks for the response!

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    12-05-09 01:21 PM
  4. ragnarokx's Avatar
    follow up question - if google voicemail is enabled on my sprint phone, does call waiting still work? or is being on the phone one of the "conditions" that will cause a call to be forwarded to voicemail?
    12-05-09 06:41 PM
  5. lovinthecurveinsocal's Avatar
    It works for me, though I don't recall how long before it bounces over to Google Voice. Works the same as always. In fact, I was just on a call when someone broke through on call waiting.

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    12-06-09 04:48 PM
  6. morphixxp's Avatar
    Does this include all voicemail fowarding? Does this mean youmail is free now?
    12-08-09 02:03 AM
  7. lovinthecurveinsocal's Avatar
    Yes, Youmail is free as well.

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    12-08-09 05:00 AM