Google voice integration with Sprint, outs Nexus S 4G

Google has finally unveiled Google Voice integration with Sprint and officially announced the upcoming launch of Nexus S 4G smartphone giving all the wireless carrier customers to take the advantage of its high-speed 4G data network. The coolest thing Google is offering you is, it is giving you one number that can ring all of your phones, i.e, landline, office and cell and your voice mail along with free or cheap calling. Isn’t that amazing?

Good news for Sprint customers since they will no longer have to activate a second phone number, rather they will be able to use their existing Sprint mobile number as their Google voice number. You can make calls to a Sprint mobile number from your office or landline and through Gmail too. According to the sources, the service will be available to Sprint’s U.S customers soon.

“Nexus S 4G shows the strong commitment Sprint has to Android, and when combined with our 4G network capabilities, it gives customers the option of a pure Google experience,” commented Fared Adib, vice president for Product Development at Sprint. “As the first 4G smartphone with Android 2.3, Nexus S 4G delivers on the promise of the advanced data capabilities of 4G to deliver an incredible Web browsing experience, offers quick and easy access to future Android updates and access to the services built into Google Voice.””

There is no word regarding the launch dates for both Google Voice Integration and the Nexus S 4G.