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Use Google Voice as your home phone service with this discounted adapter

Google Voice is a fantastic service that has all the bases covered — or should we say, it has almost all the bases covered. Being able to receive calls on any phone is awesome and being able to make calls from your Google Voice number on any cell phone is also great. But what about your home phone service? Check out the OBi200 VoIP Phone Adapter, which is on sale right now on Amazon until the end of the day on Saturday, September 24.
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