Google has announced that their Google Voice now supports MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) in the U.S., and the service is now available with more than 100 mobile carriers in North America.
You will now be able to send picture messages through Google Voice on a wide range of carriers, which includes the ,major ones like T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T.
When your sister texts you a picture of your newborn niece, it’s really important that you get it. For too long, however, Google Voice users would miss these messages for lack of MMS support.
We’ve been working with nearly 100 different North American carriers to enable this feature — including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Bell Canada, Rogers, Telus, and many more — and starting today all these integrations are live. So enjoy those incoming pics, say goodbye to fomo (fear of missing out), and stay tuned for more Google Voice messaging improvements!
You can find out more details about MMS for Google Voice at the link below, as well as U.S. carriers, a number of Canadian carriers including TELUS< Rogers and Bell are supported.Filed Under: Android News, Technology News