World’s largest technology company, Google has recently announced that its bringing voice calls to Google Home with Google Assistant. With the help of this device users will be able to call anyone in their contacts or any business over Wi-Fi without any charges, it’s totally free. It’s very easy to make a phone call with Google Home you just have to use the requisite “Hey Google” and then chat to your heart’s content.However, this feature is currently available in the United States and Canada. For now, the person to whom you are calling will see “Unknown” or “No caller ID,” but Google says this will be fixed by the end of the year. If you’re a user of Google Voice or Project Fi then you can choose to display your cell number by going into the Assistant settings in the Google Home app.

However, this feature is currently available in the United States and Canada. For now, the person to whom you are calling will see “Unknown” or “No caller ID,” but Google says this will be fixed by the end of the year. If you’re a user of Google Voice or Project Fi then you can choose to display your cell number by going into the Assistant settings in the Google Home app.Moreover, Amazon has also planning to launch its Alexa for voice calling till May of this year. But this device has a drawback that Alexa can only make calls to contacts who also have an Alexa device.

Moreover, Amazon has also planning to launch its Alexa for voice calling till May of this year. But this device has a drawback that Alexa can only make calls to contacts who also have an Alexa device.

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