Google Fi customers are no stranger to the fact that they do not have Google Voice service on their devices. But this doesn’t mean that it is not doing its part to make the service available.
Just recently, Google announced that it will soon be separating Google Fi and Google Voice numbers under one account. Both features are not yet available, but they will soon be. Google says that they will be changing the location where voicemails get stored.
The tech giant revealed that voicemails received on Fi will no longer be available on voice.google.com beginning this week. The announcement was made earlier this week, with Google promising that received voicemails can still be accessed “everywhere else you’re used to accessing them, such as the Phone app or other dialer apps on Android, or the Fi app on iOS.” This merely means that if you are a Google Fi customer, you will be able to access your voicemail messages by calling your own number. All voicemails you received prior to joining Google Fi can still be accessed via voice.google.com.
Based on their announcement, Google does not have any other plans to change voicemail transcription; except for the location.
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