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    I've noticed that the 2 Google Voice apps available for the Pre don't offer the option to make calls using VoIP (as opposed to using phone minutes). I know there were apps for Blackberry, iPhone, and possibly WM6 that offer this option.

    I hope someone can make this happen. This would be really helpful, especially in areas without good voice service but available WiFi.

    Thanks!
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    It takes more than an app to do that- you need to a hit a switch than can terminate the call on the PSTN- which costs money.
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    What about a voip client for use with different providers?
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    It was my understanding that all Google Voice apps use the actual phones. What network are they using for VoIP on other platforms? Google Voice isn't a VoIP provider. You would have to push it through Skype or something.

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