Parallel Ringing from Airtel = Google Voice?

Airtel launches a localised version Google Voice? Airtel’s website says:

With Parallel Ringing you’ll never miss a call even when you’re away from your fixed-line.

Protect your privacy, just share your fixed-line number while receive calls on two phone numbers including your mobile.

You get incoming calls ringing simultaneously on your fixed-line and another phone numbers. Ring stops on the other line as soon as you pick any one phone.

There are no monthly charges for Parallel Ringing. Normal call forwarding charges apply for calls received on a second phone i.e. Airtel fixed line to another local fixed line: 180-sec per pulse and Airtel fixed line to another local mobile 60-sec per pulse

For Delhi, Haryana, Kolkata, Punjab, Rajasthan, UP, AP, Kerala, Karnataka, TN, Mumbai, Maharashtra,Gujrat Subscribers

Activate Dial 1502 + Second telephone No.#
Deactivate Dial 1503#

For Madhya Pradesh & Chhatisgrah

Activate Dial 1703 + Second telephone No. #
Deactivate Dial 1704 #

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  1. #1 by Amit on July 13, 2009 - 4:42 pm

    Not really – such a service had been available for years with most of the providers in US and Google Voice is one the recent ones to implement it.

  2. #2 by bijesh on November 22, 2010 - 3:10 pm

    My name is Bijesh and iam from kerala,,,,, Parallel Ringing service is a very gud stuff for those people like me who cant miss the calls. But the problem is that when i tried to activate it error tone is getting.

    How should i fix this problem…….

  3. #3 by Krishnan on July 24, 2012 - 3:20 pm

    Google voice is way beyond what this “Parallel Ringing” is.. No Comparison. Wrong to even talk about them in the same paragraph..

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