With direct access numbers, we assign a unique phone number to every person you call. This means that we no longer need to use your data network to access the server each time you make a call, so calls will be placed much faster.
That's very good news for people using Google Voice, now if only there was a way I could use the service as my landline.
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Were you excited when you wrote this? xD. the first line has repeated words xD
Would be useful for those that use it. i really didn't see a point in using Google voice in the first place so :D.
It's for privacy, if you don't want to give out your real phone number.
People can do a reverse lookup on you by your real phone number and get a lot of information on you.
But the thing that has somewhat puzzled me is that it states each person you call wll get a unique number.... Is this the number they would call you back on? And with enough usage, wouldn't this eventually cause a shortage on numbers?
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