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first_imgGmail voice and video chat have been around for years, but it was just one year ago that Google made calling from Gmail to mobile and landlines possible thanks to Google Voice. Calls in the U.S. and Canada were made free and international calls came with a pretty reasonable rate. Today, however, Google announced that it was opening up international calls to 38 new languages.Users can now buy calling credit in euros, British pounds, Canadian dollars, or U.S. dollars. There’s no connection fees, so you’re literally only paying for the time you’re talking. Google also lowered the prices of its calling rates to over 150 countries worldwide. You can now call mobile phones in the U.K., France or Germany for just 10 cents a minute. It’s even less if you’re just calling a landline at 2 cents a minute. Calls to mobile phones in Mexico will cost you fifteen cents a minute and any phone number in China and India costs just 2 cents to call.The pricing isn’t that different from Skype’s rates in some cases. For example, a call to a landline in Japan is 2 cents per minute, and 2.6 cents per minute using Skype. However, a call to a mobile phone in Japan is 6.5 cents less per minute on Google.Google says it’s rolling out the feature over the next few days. If it’s available in your country you’ll see the little green phone icon at the top of your chat list. Calls to the U.S. or Canada from those countries will still be free at least for the rest of 2011, Google said. That makes us wonder what will happen in 2012? Will Google take away the free service?via Google Voice Bloglast_img read more