California based Google Inc has revealed via its blog that it has extended its free offering of Gmail voice call service throughout 2012, which offers free calls for users in in U.S. and Canada. The extension for Gmail Free voice call is the in to the second year since Google launched its VoIP integration in Gmail back in August 2010; US and Canadian domestic calls were included at the start as a promotion. Users who living outside North American will still have to pay for their service as Google is yet to extend the free deal. Voice calling in Gmail is still available at what Google calls at very low rate.
“As the holiday season approaches, we’re happy to announce that we’ve extended free domestic calls within the US and Canada for 2012.This is our way of helping you connect with friends and family across the country. And you can still call the rest of the world from Gmail at our insanely low rates” Vincent Paquet, Group Product Manager Said.