I am currently in the keen Google GrandCentral beta.
If you live in the USA, and if you want an invitation to the beta, post a comment here and I’ll send out invitations until I run out.
Here’s some information on what GrandCentral does for managing your communication:
GrandCentral offers many features that complement the phone
services you already use. If you have multiple phone numbers (e.g.,
home, work, cell), you get one phone number that you can set to ring
all, some, or none of your phones, based on who’s calling. This way,
your phone number is tied to you, and not your location or job.
service also gives you one central voice mailbox. You can listen to
your voicemails online or from any phone, forward them to anybody, add
the caller to your address book, block a caller as spam, and a lot
more. You can even listen in on voicemail messages from your phone
while they are being recorded, or switch a call from your cell phone to
your desk phone and back again. All in all, you’ll have a lot more
control over your phones.
Take a look at these additional fine features:
to unite the rest of your life — even if you change phone carriers or
add new numbers for contact.
If you have any questions, let me know!