Good news for Gmail fan. I log in to my Gmail just now, and noticed a new function on that Gmail. A phone call from Gmail, like a Skype 🙂 So, I tried to make a phone call to my handphone via Gmail, and it is working! Damn, like it!
Here is my phone number and tested, working at my handphone. I received a call from 0309.
But, is it free? Nope. They charge you with a small amount. Call to Malaysia only at USD0.02 or around RM0.06 (based on current rate) YOSHHH!! Super low. Be careful Celcom, Digi, Maxis and Telecom.
How does this work?
You can now place calls to landline and mobile phones from within Gmail. Just dial any phone number and you’ll be connected. Learn more.
Calls to the U.S. and Canada are free in 2010. International calls are billed at their insanely low rates. Call to Malaysia from Gmail is only at USD0.02 per minute.
How about payment?
Use Google Checkout. (But I did not answered the call I made for myself just now…but it is counted. They charge me USD0.10 for unanswered call for myself. Yazzzzzzaa!)
Travelers, this is a good alternative for you during your travel. You may now call to your country just by log in to your Gmail account. Great function isn’t? Thanks Google.