How do you make Gmail Call Phones work abroad?

Two words: Hotspot Shield

You’re welcome.

(If you don’t have the option yet, these guys give you more details.)

Extra tip: You don’t even need to stay logged onto Hotspot Shield, just let Gmail load up, then you can sign off of Hotspot Shield and still use Call Phones (just make sure you get the little Call Phones box up first).

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4 Responses to How do you make Gmail Call Phones work abroad?

  1. EC says:

    Dude! This actually works.

  2. roniweiss says:

    Uh, yeah.

    Hence me putting it up.

  3. Val says:

    You actually just need to initiate the first call from within the US and accept the terms of service. After that, you can initiate the call anywhere in the world. You don’t need any additional programs.

  4. roniweiss says:

    It depends on the country, or at least it did at the time of this post.

    Not every country had the Call Phones button naturally during my previous trip.

    The steps listed were necessary to get that option.

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