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I've read on the Gmail blog that the Gmail phone option hasn't been made available to everyone, however they will send out this facility to those who don't have it now later.

I'm a regular user of Google Voice and was thinking if usage of their Google Voice might be the reason they haven't given me the facility of Gmail phone yet on my Gmail. My browser are compatible, as required, to run Gmail phone.

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Are you in the U.S.? – Al E. Sep 24 '10 at 1:04
Yes Mr. Everett. – Pupil Sep 24 '10 at 1:24
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Try this link: google.com/chat/voice and if doesn't do the trick, then my guess would be that your Gmail's language is not set to English (US). If that's true then switch it to English (US) and check it again.

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I had already tried the first option previously, however your second guess was spot on!! Thanks a lot. – Pupil Sep 24 '10 at 2:20
@Harpreet Happy free calling :) – Lipis Sep 24 '10 at 2:30

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