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Google Voice Integration with Sprint to End June 1

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Apr 17, 2018, 10:38 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Google has begun informing Google Voice customers who’ve integrated their service with Sprint that the two services will cease working together on June 1. Google has laid out a number of steps that customers will need to take in order to retain their separate services if they so wish. Beginning June 1, all outgoing calls and texts made will be made via Sprint’s network. Google Voice will no longer store calls, messages or voicemails sent from a Sprint phone. These communications will still be visible until June 1. People will need to export this data before June 1 in order to keep it. Google Voice / Sprint customers will not be able to use Google Voice capabilities, such as call forwarding, voicemail transcription and more, after June 1, though these features can be enabled on customers’ Sprint devices. Google suggests that users disable Google Voice with Sprint integration manually following the steps laid out on its support page. Any numbers blocked in Google Voice will need to be reblocked on the Sprint number. Customers who used their Sprint number as their Google Voice number will need to get a new Google Voice number from Google Voice.

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