Google has launched a new service called Google Dial up Internet Now now available in India , which will allow users to use a Google-branded Internet phone line.
The service is available only for those with an Internet connection and is free of cost.
The feature will be available to Google’s users starting April 1.
The Google Dial Up Internet Now service is similar to the Google Voice voice-over-IP call service, which Google rolled out in India earlier this year.
The new service is expected to become available in other countries in the coming months.
Google’s India head Ravi Shankar Prasad said Google Dial ups internet service is a step towards providing an internet-first service.
“This is part of our ongoing efforts to provide better internet services for all our users.
Google is committed to providing a truly great experience for our users,” he said in a statement.
“We hope our customers will enjoy a better Internet experience from now on, even if it’s just a short time.”
Google has been rolling out Google Dial Ups internet services in India since March, when it first launched a free service for users with a Google Voice phone number.
Google Dial, which provides a voice-to-text service, was first launched in India in July 2017.
After the service was launched in the country, Google has been expanding its service in India.
Google has also introduced a number of new features and services to India since then.
The company launched the Google Home voice-activated speaker in the Indian market last year.
In June, Google launched a Google Pixel smartphone and a number a services, including a music service and an online shopping app, which it rolled out to Indian users in November 2017.