The new Google Voice update uses cell phone's minute instead of data plan?
The Google Voice app has always used cell minutes for calls. If you want to use data for calls you need a separate app that supports voip calls like SipDroid or GrooveIP....
I think the OP meant $200 on contract, which would be the absolute most it would cost on contract, and even that would be a ripoff. If it's $349-$399 off contract, then on contract it should be free.
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you can't have 2 GV #'s forwarded to the same real number.
About forwarding multiple GV numbers to the same mobile number: That was always a deliberate restriction in GV, and quite annoying in my opinion.
Oh, and as to why google won't let you for...
does anyone know the best way to end this plan? I'm headed overseas for 6 months, so don't want to pay while I'm gone. The refill date is like 4 days after I leave, so I can just cancel the auto refill and let it end that way, right? Not concerned...
EDIT: Afterthought in regards to porting the T-Mo # to GV... what are the benefits other than being able to use one's former T-Mo #? I mean, is there a technical aspect that makes certain features work suddenly (like using Google Voicemail)? I gue...