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Google Fiber Completes Triple Play By Adding Phone Service

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Boxes of equipment needed to install Google Fiber broadband network sit on a couch at the home of customer Becki Sherwood in Kansas City, Kansas, U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012. Photograph by Julie Denesha — Bloomberg/Getty Images

People in cities where Google’s high-speed Fiber Internet service is available will soon be able to add another Google product to their homes: Fiber Phone.

Google (GOOG) announced the upcoming Internet phone service on Tuesday in a blog post. For an extra $10 per month on top of their Internet bills, Fiber Phone subscribers will get unlimited local and nationwide calling. For international calls, Google will use the same rates charged by its Google Voice Internet phone service.

Current Fiber customer plans range from free for basic service (in a limited number of cities) to $130 for TV service and a gigabit-speed Internet connection. Fiber is currently available in 9 cities including Austin, Kansas City, and Charlotte.

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Further piggybacking off of Google Voice, Fiber Phone will transcribe voicemails and send the text via email or as a text message. Users will also have the option to forward incoming calls from a Fiber Phone number to their cellphones when away from home.

Google did not say which cities will get the new feature, but rather that it will premiere in “a few areas to start.” It plans to add the service to all Fiber service areas over time.

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Those interested in signing up for Fiber Phone can join a mailing list for updates about future Fiber Phone news here.