Project Fi App Can Record And Manage Multiple Voicemail Greetings Now
Couple of days ago, Google’s prepaid wireless service provider Project Fi has released a rather small but useful update to its app. Thanks to the latest update, Project Fi app can record and manage multiple voicemail greetings. Customers can record a number of voicemail greetings, switch easily between them and delete the ones they don’t need right from the phone. However, only one greeting message can be active at the time; users cannot assign greeting messages to specific contacts within the app.
In addition to this cool new feature, the update to the Project Fi app also brings bug fixes and some improvements in performance. Google hasn’t provided much detail about the update except for what’s new:
- Record, manage, and switch between multiple voicemail greetings directly from the app
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Google’s Project Fi focuses on using WiFi for providing wireless service to its customers. When WiFi is out of range, Project Fi relies on cellular service from Sprint’s and T-Mobile’s networks. The carrier simultaneously switches between these providers searching for the best possible connection at the time and at given location to provide service.
Google’s Project Fi customers pay $20 for unlimited talk, text and international text per month and $10 for each gigabyte of high speed data. However, any unused data during the month, Project Fi refunds to users. Also, data overages are charged the same rate, $10 for 1GB. Customers can also use data included in their plan in over 120 countries but at reduced speeds, 256 Kbps. They can also call US over WiFi for free. Phones that work with Project Fi service are the Nexus 6, the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P.
Source: Android Central