Google is expanding its service to offer a “call channel” feature that can be used for voice calls.
The network-based option will enable the user to connect to Dish Network’s nationwide Dish Network Call Center and use voice to make calls.
Dish’s original Dish Network calling platform allows users to dial in a call to Dish and get a voicemail from a Dish representative.
The Dish Network call channel is similar to the call dialer option in Android, but unlike in Android phones, it works through a call number and not a voice dial.
To use the Dish Network Caller ID feature, you must first call the Dish Call Center to make a voice call.
To make the call, the user must enter a number and the voice will be routed through the Dish network.
The Caller ID service is free for the first three months of operation.
Dish Network also has plans to roll out a call dialing feature in the coming weeks.
Dish says it is also rolling out a number of other enhancements and enhancements in the near future.