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View Poll Results: How do you interface GV with your mobile device?
Google App (for BB/Android etc..) 14 6.80%
Google Website 29 14.08%
Call Google 13 6.31%
MagiCall 37 17.96%
GV Dialer 19 9.22%
Calling Card by Handango 5 2.43%
iDialer 47 22.82%
One Dialer 16 7.77%
gVo dialer 20 9.71%
GoVoMo 6 2.91%
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Old 07-17-2009, 08:45 PM
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Google Voice Incoming/Outgoing Options!

So I, like many others out there, have Sprint. And I also have the pick 3 numbers on my account. And now I finally got my Google Voice Number. What does this have to do with anything? Let me explain. With a “pick X amount of numbers that you have unlimited calling to” and Google Voice, you have all the ingredients for free incoming and outgoing calls without using a single minute.
The guide below will show you how.

1) First thing to do is register with Google voice. Get a phone number with whatever number you want to give out. This will be your “new cell phone” number. When you register with GV, you will be asked to add a phone to your account. Add you cell phone and finish setting it all up on their website. (You probably want to import all your contacts into GV so callers don’t need to announce their names).

2) Now call up sprint and give them you GV number and tell them that you want that as one of your free numbers.

NOW ALL YOUR INCOMING CALLS ARE FREE! (Provided that your callers call your GV number – not your real cell number

How does this work you ask? Well, the caller calls your GV number and Google calls your cell. It shows up on your cell bill as your GV number calling. And that number is free to call you!

Now for the outgoing…

PLEASE NOTE THE PERSON YOU CALL WILL SEE YOUR GV NUMBER – NOT YOUR REAL CELL NUMBER

Method Number 1: (Paid) Get MagiCall HERE!. Install and start program. Copy the attached file to /device/my documents/magicall (thanks Solange82200) overwriting MG2RULE. Reopen the program GUI. It will ask if you want to load the new rules. Click Yes. Modify the rule called Google Voice with your info. (your phone number, leave the commas and then your pin. Leave the rest alone).
Set up whatever rules you want and enjoy free outgoing calls.

Please note that you should not set up any new rules before the import as all your old rules will be overwritten.
Thanks goes to Biker1 (and sorry that you lost your rules).
Thank his helpful post here!

*EDIT -Video now on-line. Go here to see it. Then go here to thank the maker.

NOTE: If you go from using 800 minutes a month to 0 sprint might notice. use this to not go over your minutes...
Maybe only place outgoing only or whatever.

You MAY send me PM'S for help with setiing up MagiCall but I MAY NOT be able to answer all your questions.

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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

Here are some other methods...


PLEASE NOTE THE PERSON YOU CALL WILL SEE YOUR GV NUMBER – NOT YOUR REAL CELL NUMBER

Method Number 2: (FREE)
You call GV (dial your GV number) it then promps you to push 2 and then to dial the number you want to call. Free connection. Sprint sees a call to GV (which is one of your free numbers) and the other person gets your call.

Method Number 3: Calling Card - Paid HERE

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1) In your Google Voice settings, make sure that "Voicemail access" is set to "Yes" with "PIN not required".

2) Install the attached CAB and restart your phone.

3) In your Programs, run CallingCard, and select Menu > Add

4) Fill out as below:

Name: Google Voice

Access#: 1112223333p2 (where 1112223333 is your 10-digit Google Voice number)

Set Insert to "None"

Pin#: # (just the "pound" sign, nothing else)

Set Insert to "None"

Leave Intl. Access # blank

Dial Sequence: Set to "Phone# + Pin"








5) Click Save, select the newly created "Google Voice", and "Activate". That's it!

Now whenever you want to call using your Google Voice number, just browse to your contacts, tap and hold your contact, and select the CallingCard option.
THANKS TO relux FOR THIS:
Method Number 4: iDialer - Free. HERE

Method Number 5: GVDialer - Paid HERE

Method Number 6: emaster101's Widget! - Free
HERE

Method Number 7: gVo - FREE
HERE

Method Number 8: GoVoMo - FREE (Thanks rootlinux!)
HERE

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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

Buying "MagiCall" for $24.99 seems a little silly, especially considering there are free and almost free alternatives.

iDialer - for free.
http://supware.net/iDialer/

Calling Card for 4.99...
http://microsoft.handango.com/Platfo...&platformId=11

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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

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Buying "MagiCall" for $24.99 seems a little silly, especially considering there are free and almost free alternatives.

iDialer - for free.
http://supware.net/iDialer/

Calling Card for 4.99...
http://microsoft.handango.com/Platfo...&platformId=11
I knew about idialer.... haven't kept up on it. i see the new update allows google voice callback. I'll add it to the first post.
as for calling card....never heard of that- i'll have to check that out..
thanks

as for the price - i got it as a gift.

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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

nice post being i have all the stuff you mentoned in the thread.
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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

With MagiCall you can specify the other two (or four) numbers to bypass the rule and dial directly. You can also add to the Google Voice filter 7:00 to 19:00 M-F if you don't want to use the service during your nights and weekends.

I tried the other dialers mentioned before reinstalling Magicall and overall it seems like the latter is a much better approach to the situation.
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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

That is 100% true. that is what i do. but they rules i made to share were made to be universal and they expected that you might not have pick three (or five) rather only pick 1. which you could even buy for 5 a month.
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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

Interesting combo, I'll have to compare Magical to OneDialer though and see what comes up.
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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

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Interesting combo, I'll have to compare Magical to OneDialer though and see what comes up.
post back and let people know.

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Re: Touch Pro and Google Voice using MagiCall = FREE CALLS

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post back and let people know. Also if you are having a hard time paying for MagiCall - shoot me a PM and i might be able to talk to the developer about getting you a free lifetime code!
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