In its latest bid to become a bigger player in telecommunications, Google Inc. is giving people a chance to send their cell-phone calls into a free voice-mail service unveiled earlier this year, without having the sign up for a new number, reports the Associated Press. The voice-mail feature is part of Google Voice, a fledging service striving to become a hub for phone calls to people's mobile, home, and office numbers. Taking advantage of all of its tools requires getting a new number from Google Voice, a leap that many people aren't ready to make. So Google has come up...

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