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FCC Investigating Apple's Rejection of Google Voice related iPhone Apps

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According to the Wall Street Journal, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is investigating Apple's rejection of Google's official Google Voice application and other third-party iPhone apps from the App Store. Apple had rejected the iPhone Apps earlier in the week. They had stated that the iPhone apps were duplicating features that are already available on the iPhone such as Dialer, SMS etc. Google Voice (formerly GrandCentral) is a free and innovative service that uses voice over internet protocol to link customers' phone numbers together. Users of Google Voice are able to select a single U.S. phone number, from various area codes. When a Google Number is called, any or all of the user's phones may be set to ring based on the calling number or on the contact group (e.g. Family, Friends, Work, etc), and/or based on time of day (e.g. disabling a home phone during business hours and routing calls to mobile or business number).

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FCC Investigating Apple's Rejection of Google Voice related iPhone Apps