US wireless carrier Sprint will soon be seen offering unlimited Google Voice calls and text messages to mobile phones on any carrier.
According to a report on Skatter Tech, a Sprint product manager has confirmed that the operator will offer unlimited calls and texts for Google Voice users.
The revelation comes after the company announced during the recent CTIA Wireless 2011 conference that it will be offering deep integration with Google's VoIP service without users having to port their numbers to Google Voice.
Some of the Google Voice features that will be available to Sprint users include; the ability to answer calls from their computer, call screening, viewing voicemail transcripts and adjusting quiet hours. Users will also be able to answer calls to any number, fixed line or mobile, that is integrated with their Google Voice account, right from their Sprint mobile phone.
Google Voice for Sprint will also enable customers to create customisable voicemail greetings for different callers, block telemarketers as spam, block particular callers and make international calls at very cheap rates.
Google had earlier introduced a new feature to Voice, allowing users to ditch their existing mobile service providers and port their mobile numbers to Google Voice.