Expanding SIP Link for Google Voice to Latin America

What’s changing

In October 2022, we announced the ability for Google Voice Standard and Premier customers to connect a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunk with Voice. SIP Link allows phone numbers (PSTN services) from local carriers to be used for Google Voice through a secure set of certified Session Border Controllers (SBCs), such as Audiocodes, Cisco, Oracle, and Ribbon. For more information, check out our original announcement.

Beginning today, we’re launching Voice to the following countries in Latin America by expanding SIP Link availability:

  • Argentina
  • Colombia
  • Chile
  • Brazil
  • Mexico

Customers in these countries will need to purchase the new SIP Link Standard or SIP Link Premier licenses to set up SIP Link. 

Getting started

  • Admins: Once you’ve configured your SIP trunks and uploaded new phone numbers, you can assign them to your users, desk phones, auto-attendants, and ring groups. Visit the Help Center to learn more about SIP Link requirements
  • End users: There is no end user action required. 

Rollout pace