Google is busy rolling out value-added services to its users these days. The latest in the line is the ability to allow multiple calls simultaneously from one Gmail account. The feature applies to all kinds of calls: voice, video and phone. But you can only make two calls to a physical phone at one time.
The new feature also supports call waiting. . It lets you start a second call while already in a call. The first call is then automatically put on hold. Similarly if you are talking to someone and get another call, call waiting sign will flash before the caller. Hit the “Resume” button on a call if you want to answer it and the other one will automatically be put on hold. The “Hold” and “Resume” buttons let you switch between calls.
In U.S. and Canada users are able to make free calls from the Gmail phone and video system throughout 2011, and hence they will be able to enjoy all the new feature for free.
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